NirafJapanese From Japanese 迩 (ni) meaning "near" combined with 羅 (ra) meaning "lightweight fabric or clothing; silk gauze; thin silk". Other kanji combinations are possible.
NirafLatvian (Rare) Of uncertain origin and meaning. While some academics consider this name a short form of names ending in -nira, others consider it a direct derivation from Latvian nira "goldeneye; grebe".
Nireif & mJapanese From Japanese 仁 (ni) meaning "benevolence" combined with 嶺 (rei) meaning "peak; summit; ridge; top" or 礼 (rei) meaning "a bow, the gesture of bending at the waist". Other kanji combinations are possible... [more]
NirṛtifHinduism Means "absence of". Nirṛti is the Hindu goddess of deathly hidden realms, sorrows, death and corruption and one of the dikpāla (guardians of the directions), representing the southwest.
NirrtifHinduism The name of the Hindu goddess of deathly hidden realms and sorrows as well as the southwest direction. Her name is derived from nirhti meaning "absence of".
NisamarfSpanish (Canarian) Possibly derived from Guanche *(a)nəssamar meaning literally "man who invites, lets someone pass or grants passage to someone; man who presents or submits something". This was listed in a baptismal register from Seville dating to the 15th century; the sex and age of the bearer were not recorded... [more]
Nishikim & fJapanese (Rare) This name is used as 錦 (kin, nishiki) meaning "brocade," most likely deriving from 丹 (ni) meaning "red" and 頻 (shiki) meaning "repetition."... [more]
NishikofJapanese From Japanese 仁 (ni) meaning "humaneness, benevolence, kindness", 志 (shi) meaning "purpose, will, determination, aspiration, ambition" combined with 子 (ko) meaning "child". Other kanji combinations are possible.
NishiomJapanese From Japanese 西 (nishi) meaning "west" combined with 男 (o) meaning "male". Other kanji combinations are possible.
NishithmIndian (Modern) Name Nishith generally means Night, is of Indian origin, Name Nishith is a Masculine (or Boy) name. This name is shared across persons, who are either Jain or Hindu by religion. Name Nishith belongs to rashi Vrushik (Scorpio) with dominant planet Mars (Mangal).
NissanmHebrew The seventh month of the Hebrew calendar and the first month of the ancient Hebrew calendar. The month of Pesach. The name was brought from the Babylonian exile and originates from the Akkadian word "Nisanu", from the Hebrew word for flower bud Nitzan, which blossoms in spring.
Nissif & mHebrew First used as a biblical term in Exodus. The full word being Jehovah-Nissi, and meaning "victorious" or "banner". Moses named the victory banner as such after defeating the Amalekites.
NíðingrmAncient Scandinavian Old Norse byname, from Old Norse níðingr meaning "villain, nithing" or composed of Old Norse níð "contumely, derision" with an -ingr-ending (ingr-endings are quite common in Old Norse names... [more]
NitocrisfAncient Egyptian (Rare, Archaic) Nitocris is a semi-legendary queen of the 6th egyptian dynasty. According to tradition, she was the first "pharaoh" woman (king of Upper and Lower Egypt) in the history of ancient Egypt.She is the daughter of Merenrê I and Queen Neith... [more]
NivariafSpanish (Rare) From the Latin name for Tenerife, itself from nix (nsg.; gsg. nivis, npl. nives) meaning "snow".
NivathafIndian This name was originated in back 90's by a great leader Suresh bhai's daughter.They originally wanted Nivedita, but as of her uncle's blessings and very good education, he named her Nivatha instead of Nivedita in her Birth certificate.
NivefGreenlandic Old (Kleinschmidt orthography) spelling of Nivi. This is borne by Greenlandic singer-songwriter and actress Nive Nielsen.
Niviaqf & mGreenlandic Derived from the Greenlandic word niviarsiaq "girl" (compare Niviarsiaq), possibly meaning "reincarnated as a girl".
NiviarsiaĸfGreenlandic Greenlandic name meaning "young woman or girl, maiden, girl of marriageable age", combined with Niviaĸ and -siaq "acquired as" or meaning "Rosebay Willowherb" (Name meanings depend per dialect).
NiviatsiaĸfGreenlandic Greenlandic name meaning "graceful, beautiful girl" with the combination of Niviaĸ and suffix -tsiaq "beautiful", "fair", "fairly good", "precious", "sweet", "fair-sized", "nice", "good", "handsome".
NixmGermanic Mythology This is the name of masculine shapeshifting water spirits in Germanic mythology, who apparently derive their name from Proto-Germanic nikwus or nikwis(i) "wash". See also Nixe for the female counterpart(s).
NixefGermanic Mythology This is the name of feminine shapeshifting water spirits in Germanic mythology, who apparently derive their name from Proto-Germanic nikwus or nikwis(i) "wash". See also Nix for the male counterpart(s).
Niyazf & mPersian, Persian Mythology, Kyrgyz Derived from the Persian noun نیاز (niyaz) meaning "need, necessity, requirement" as well as "desire, wish". In Zoroastrianism, Niyaz is the name of a demon.... [more]
NiyazbekmKyrgyz Combination of Niyaz with the Turkish military title beg meaning "chieftain, master".
NjokifKikuyu Means "the one who resurrected" in Kikuyu.
NjólafIcelandic, Faroese, Literature Means "night" in Icelandic (a poetic word). Its use as a given name may have been influenced by the theological-philosophical poem 'Njóla' (1842) by Björn Gunnlaugsson.