Submitted Names Starting with N

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Néhémie m & f French
French form of Nehemiah.
Nehemja m Swedish (Rare), Norwegian (Archaic)
Variant of Nehemiah used in the Swedish and Norwegian translation of the Bible.
Nehha f Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam, Kannada
Meaning "Beautiful Eyes".
Nehhtonn m Pictish
Pictish form of Nechtan.
Nehmetawy f Egyptian Mythology
From the nḥm.t-ˁw3ỉ; meaning "She who embraces those in need", the name of a minor Ancient Egyptian goddess, the wife of Nehebu-kau or, occasionally, Thoth.
Nehor m Mormon
Nephite apostate, religious theorist (c. 91 BC).
Nehorai m & f Hebrew, Ancient Hebrew
From the Aramaic root nehora, meaning "light". Rabbi Nehorai was the name of one of the Tannaim.
Něhoslav m Czech
Czech cognate of Niegosław.
Nehtaya f Sanskrit (Modern, Rare)
Eternal.shakti.another name for durga
Nehushta f Biblical
Possibly from Hebrew נחושת‎ (n'khóshet) "copper". Nehushta was the wife of King Jehoiakim and daughter of Elnathan ben Achbor of Jerusalem, according 2 Kings 24:8 in the Old Testament... [more]
Neida f Estonian (Rare)
Of unknown origin and meaning.
Neide f Brazilian
Not available
Neidhart m German (Rare, Archaic)
Formed from the German name elements NEID "necessity, need; envy, jealousy" and hard "hard".... [more]
Neifile f Literature
Form of Nephele used by the novelist Boccaccio in his work 'The Decameron' (1350).
Neige f French
Means "snow" in French.
Neihana m Maori
Maori form of Nathan.
Neihanna m Maori
Variant of Neihana
Neila f English (Rare), Arabic (Maghrebi, Rare)
Possibly a feminine form of Neil and Nail.
Neilam f & m Indian (Rare)
Of unknown meaning.
Neile f & m English (American)
Possibly a feminine form of Neil. This name was born by Filipino actress Neile Adams (1932-)
Neilia f American (Archaic)
Possibly intended as a feminine form of Neil.
Neiline f American (Rare)
Feminine form of Neil.
Neilus m Greek Mythology
Means "river valley". From the Greek neilos (νεῖλος) 'river valley'. In Greek mythology he is the eponym god of the river Nile in Egypt, the son of Titans Oceanus and Tethys, and father of Memphis, Chione, Anippe, Caliadne, and Polyxo.
Neim m Albanian
Albanian form of Na'im.
Neima f Hebrew
It means “a melody”.
Neiphiu m Mao
Meaning "Hero".
Neira f English
Diminutive of Deianeira.
Neira f & m Dagbani
It means Bright one
Neira f Japanese
From Japanese 寧 (nei) meaning "rather" combined with 蘭 (ra) meaning "orchid". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Neira f Bosnian
Variant of Nejra.
Neiro f Japanese (Modern)
This name is used as 音色 meaning "tone colour, timbre," a combination of 音 (in, on, -non, oto, ne) meaning "noise, sound" and 色 (shiki, shoku, iro) meaning "colour."... [more]
Néis f Luxembourgish (Archaic)
Vernacular short form of Agnis.
Neisa f Romansh
Romansh short form of Agnesa, traditionally found in the Engadine valley.
Neisim f & m Dagbani
Means "brightness" in Dagbani.
Neït f Catalan (Rare)
Catalan form of Neith. This name is extremely rare and has been used only once in Catalonia, in which case it was part of a hyphenated name.
Neit m Irish Mythology, Celtic Mythology
Neit likely came from the Proto-Celtic *nei-t-, meaning “impassioned” or “fighting.”... [more]
Neitas m Lithuanian (Modern)
Lithuanian adoption of Nate, in use among Lithuanians since the middle of the 2000s.
Neithhotep f Ancient Egyptian
The name of a 31st century BC queen consort. Her name nt-ḥtp means "Neith is merciful".
Neive f Irish
Alternative spelling of Neve.
Nejat m Turkish
Freedom, Being Stress-free.
Neji m Popular Culture
This is the name of a character in the popular manga and anime series Naruto. In his case, the name may come from the word (written as 捩子, 捻子, 螺子 or 螺旋) meaning "screw," which can be referred to his Eight Trigrams Palms Revolving Heaven.... [more]
Néjib m Arabic (Maghrebi)
Maghrebi transcription of Najib (chiefly Tunisian).
Nejira f Bosnian
Variant form of Nejra.
Nejka f Slovene
Diminutive of Neja, occasionally used as a given name in its own right.
Nejmeddine m Arabic (Maghrebi)
Maghrebi (chiefly Tunisian) transcription of Najm Al-din.
Neka f Georgian
Diminutive of Nestan. This name can also be a contraction of Nelika, but that is rare. Also compare Neko.
Nekana f Japanese
From Japanese 音 (ne) meaning "sound" combined with 奏 (kana) meaning "play music, complete". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Nekani f Basque
Means “sorrows.” Form of the name Nekane.
Nekap-bala f Kelabit
Means "searching for news" in Kelabit.
Nekaptu m Indian (Sikh)
Meaning unknown.
Nekayah f American (Rare), Literature
The name of a princess of Abyssinia (present-day Ethiopia) in Samuel Johnson's novella 'The History of Rasselas, Prince of Abissinia' (1759). Its origins are uncertain, though it may be a derivative of Nicaula, the Habesha name for the queen of Sheba... [more]
Neĸe m Greenlandic
Means "meat" in Greenlandic.
Neke f Frisian
Pet form of Dutch name Neelke which is, itself, a pet form of Cornelia.
Nekhii m & f Mongolian
Means "sheepskin" in Mongolian.
Nekhot m Mordvin
Mordvin form of Methodius.
Neki f Lezgin
Means "wild strawberry" in Lezgin.
Nekib m Albanian
Albanian form of Naqib.
Nekibe f Albanian
Albanian feminine form of Naqib.
Nekiyat f Lezgin
Elaborated form of Neki.
Neko f Georgian
Contracted form of Neliko.
Neko f Japanese (Rare)
This name can be used as 寧子, 根子, 音子, 子子 or 眠子 with 寧 (nei, mushi.ro) meaning "preferably, rather," 根 (kon, ne, -ne) meaning "head (pimple), radical, root," 音 (in, on, -non, oto, ne) meaning "sound, noise," 子 (shi, su, tsu, ko, -ko, ne) meaning "child, sign of the rat (1st sign of the Chinese zodiac)" and 眠 (min, nemu.i, nemu.ru, ne) meaning "die, sleep(y)."... [more]
Neko f Nenets
Means "woman" in Nenets.
Nekoha f Japanese (Rare)
From Japanese 猫 (neko) meaning "cat" combined with 葉 (ha) meaning "leaf", 波 (ha) meaning "wave", or 羽 (ha) meaning "feather, plume, wing". Other kanji or combinations of kanji can form this name as well.
Nekomaru m Japanese
Means "round cat" in Japanese.
Nektare f Albanian
From the Albanian nektar meaning "nectar" or, idiomatically, "best".
Nektarij m Macedonian
Macedonian form of Nektarios via Nectarius.
Nektarije m Croatian, Serbian
Croatian and Serbian form of Nektarios via Nectarius.
Nektariusz m Polish
Polish form of Nectarius.
Nektariy m Russian
Russian form of Nektarios.
Nekya f English (American, Rare)
Although this is not very likely, there is an outside chance that Nekya might be a contracted form of Nekayah.
Nel m Spanish, Catalan, Galician
Diminutive of Manuel and Manel.
Nel f English (Rare)
Variant of Nell.
Néla f Hungarian
Diminutive of Kornélia, meaning "horn".
Nela f Polish, Slovene
Polish diminutive of Aniela, Helena, Kornelia and Eleonora and Slovene diminutive of Eleonora, Kornelija and Anela.
Nela f Galician, Portuguese
Short form of Manuela.
Nelah f Swahili (Rare)
Gift with purpose. Composition if Nia (meaning purpose) and Nala (meaning gift)
Nelbe f & m Sotho
Means "the net" in Sotho.
Nelberg m Norwegian
Masculine form of Nelborg.
Nelborg f Norwegian
Norwegian name with the combination of Nelli and borg "stronghold, fortification, castle".
Nelda f Czech
Diminutive of Nela.
Néle f Hungarian
Diminutive of Kornélia, meaning "horn".
Nele m Manx (Archaic)
Older form of Neeyl.
Nelea f Moldovan
Moldovan form of Nelya.
Neleah f African American, Indigenous American, English (Rare)
Possibly a variant of Nelia, which is derived from the Latin word for "horn".
Neleh f English (American, Rare)
Helen spelled backwards.... [more]
Neleyko m Nenets
Nenets diminutive of Aleksey.
Neli f Georgian
Georgianization of the English given names Nellie and Nelly, which are both diminutives of Nell.... [more]
Neli f Slovene, Bosnian, Croatian
Short form of Antonela, Marinela, Kornelija, Sanela and other names containing nel.
Nélia f Hungarian
Diminutive of Kornélia, meaning "horn".
Nelida f Galician
Galician form of Nélida.
Nélie f French
Short form of Cornélie.
Nelie f Dutch, English (Archaic)
Dutch and English diminutive of Cornelia.
Neliko f Georgian
Diminutive of Neli and perhaps also of Nineli and Vineli.
Neliko f Georgian
Diminutive of Neli.
Neline f Norwegian (Rare)
Variant form of Nelina.
Nelinka f Czech
A diminutive of Nela.
Nelis m Dutch
Nelis is a Dutch Masculine short form of the name Cornelis.
Nelisiwe f Zulu
Means "satisfied" in Zulu.
Nelito m Portuguese
Diminutive of Manuel and Nelson.
Nelius m English (American), Afrikaans, Norwegian (Rare)
Afrikaans and Norwegian short form of Cornelius as well as a Norwegian Latinization of Nils.
Nélk m Kashubian
Diminutive of Kòrnél via Kòrnélk.
Nélka f Kashubian
Diminutive of names that end in -nela, such as Petronela.
Nelka f Czech
Diminutive of Nela.
Nelko m Medieval Polish
Medieval Polish diminutive of Kornel and Korneliusz.
Nellberg m Norwegian (Rare, Archaic)
Perhaps a variant of Nelborg. It is mainly used in the county of Trøndelag in Norway.
Nelle m West Frisian, North Frisian
Frisian short form of Cornelius.
Nelleke f Dutch
Dutch diminutive of Cornelia and Petronella, formed using the diminutive suffix -ke. A literary bearer is Dutch novelist Nelleke Noordervliet (1945-), born Petronella.
Nelli f Hungarian
Diminutive of Kornélia, meaning "horn".
Nellija f Latvian
Latvian form of Nelly.
Nelline f Norwegian (Rare)
Variant form of Neline or a variant form of Nelli.
Nellý f Icelandic
Icelandic adoption of Nelly.
Nelma f Finnish
Short form of Anelma, Ihanelma and Sanelma.
Nélson m Portuguese
Portuguese form of Nelson.
Nelugendo f Kaguru
Means "traveller" in Chikaguru.
Neluś f Polish
Diminutive of Nela/Nella, itself a diminutive of names such as Kornelia, Helena, Aniela etc.
Nély f French
Variant spelling of Nélie.
Nely f Dutch
Variant spelling of Nelie.
Nelya f Russian (Rare), Ukrainian (Rare)
Russian and Ukrainian adoption of Nelly.
Nelyafinwë m Literature
Means "third Finwë". In Tolkien's Legendarium this is the father-name of Maedhros.
Nelzie f Scots
Diminutive of Nell.
Nemain f Irish Mythology
In Irish Mythology, Nemain is the fairy spirit of the frenzied havoc of war, and possibly an aspect of Morrigan. Nemain can mean "venomous" relating it to the Proto-Celtic "nemi" meaning "dose of poison," or the Old Irish "nem" or "neimi" meaning "poison."
Nemamiah m Judeo-Christian Legend
Nemamiah is considered the angel of just causes
Ne'matbibi f Uzbek
Derived from ne'mat meaning "blessings" and bibi meaning "learned woman".
Ne'matoy f Uzbek
Derived from ne'mat meaning "blessings" and oy meaning "moon".
Nemea f Greek Mythology
The name of a naiad of the springs of the town of Nemea in Argolis, and a daughter of Asopos. Her name is taken from that place. Alternatively, Nemea may have been another name for Pandeia, a daughter of Zeus and Selene.
Nemesi m Catalan
Catalan form of Nemesius.
Nemesiano m Italian, Spanish, Portuguese
Italian, Spanish and Portuguese form of Nemesianus.
Nemesianus m Late Roman
Extended form of Nemesius. This name was borne by a Roman poet from the 3rd century AD.
Némésien m French
French form of Nemesianus.
Nemésio m Portuguese
Portuguese form of Nemesius.
Nemesio m Italian, Spanish, Galician
Italian, Spanish and Galician form of Nemesius.
Nemesius m Ancient Greek (Latinized)
Derived from the name of the Greek goddess Nemesis. This name was borne by a Christian philosopher from the 4th century AD.
Nemetona f Celtic Mythology
Meaning "sacred area", from the Celtic 'nemeto', itself from 'nemeton', a term designating Gaulish religious spaces. ... [more]
Nemezja f Polish
Polish form of Nemesis.
Nemezjusz m Polish (Rare)
Masculine form of Nemezja.
Nemi f Literature, Swedish (Modern), Norwegian (Rare), Finnish (Rare)
Nemi is the title character of the comic strip Nemi (1997), written and drawn by Norwegian cartoonist Lisa Myhre. Its origin and meaning are unknown, there have, however, been speculations that Myhre might have based the name on the name of the Italian town and lake which is ultimately derived from from Latin nemus Aricinum "grove of Ariccia".
Nemi f Japanese
From Japanese 音 (ne) meaning "sound" combined with 実 (mi) meaning "reality, truth, fruit". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Nemine f Norwegian (Rare)
Of unknown origin and meaning. Current theories include a derivation from the masculine name Nils as well as an adoption of Latin nemine, the ablative form of Nemo.
Nemo f Wao
Waodoni (Huaoroni) for "Star."
Nemoy m Medieval Polish, Medieval Czech, Medieval
Polish nie "not" + Polish mój "mine".... [more]
Nemrut m Turkish
Turkish form of Nimrod.
Nemtinakht m Ancient Egyptian
Ancient Egyptian masculine name meaning "Nemti is strong".
Nemu f Japanese
Means "sleep" in Japanese.
Nemuël m Dutch
Dutch form of Nemuel.
Nemuel m Biblical Hebrew
Apparently means "day of God" in Hebrew. The biblical clan of the Nemuelites derive their name from an ancestor with this first name. Nemuel is also the name of two Israelities mentioned in the Bible.
Nena f Slovene, Croatian
Short form of Nedeljka, Nevenka and other names beginning with Ne-.
Nena f Japanese
From Japanese 音 (ne) meaning "sound" combined with 菜 (na) meaning "vegetables, greens". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Nenaa'angebi m Indigenous American, Ojibwe
Means "beautifying bird" in Ojibwe.
Nenah f English (American)
Variant of Nina
Nénai f Jèrriais
Jèrriais form of Nancy.
Néné f Jèrriais
Jèrriais cognate of Nancy.
Nene f & m West Frisian
Variant form of Nane.
Nene f Japanese
Means ""tranquil".
Nenê f Portuguese
Diminutive of Inês.
Neneko f Japanese
From Japanese 子 (ne) meaning "child", 子 (ne) meaning "child" combined with 子 (ko) meaning "child". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Neneng f Sundanese
Variant of Eneng.
Neneng f Filipino, Tagalog
From Tgalog nene meaning "younger sister, little girl".
Nenetl f Nahuatl
Means "doll" in Nahuatl.
Neng f & m Chinese
From the Chinese character 能 (néng) meaning "able; capable".... [more]
Nengah m & f Balinese
Means "middle, central" in Balinese. This name is traditionally given to the second or third-born child in certain regions of Bali.
Nengimote f & m Ijaw
Ijaw name Meaning "OVERCOMER OR VICTORY" NENGI for short
Nengsih f Sundanese
Sundanese variant of Ningsih.
Nenita f Filipino
Either a diminutive of Nena or derived from Spanish nena used as a term of endearment for a girl.
Nenka m & f Japanese
Means "burning fire" in Japanese.
Nenna f Sardinian
Short form of Giuanna.
Nenna f Swedish (Rare), Danish (Rare), Icelandic (Modern, Rare), Finnish
Short form of various names. It probably developed from the Scandinavian diminutives Nanna and Nina. (The former has been used as a diminutive of such names as Anna, Johanna, Amanda and Marianne, but coincides with an Old Norse name which may be derived from nėnna "to dare, to have an inclination towards, to travel".)
Nenne f & m West Frisian
Variant form of Nanne.
Nennedda f Sardinian
Diminutive of Nenna.
Nenneddu m Sardinian
Diminutive of Giuanne.
Nenneke f West Frisian
Variant form of Nanneke.
Nenoca f Portuguese
Diminutive of Inês.
Nenoichi m Japanese
From Japanese 子 (ne) meaning "child", 之 (no), a possessive marker combined with 一 (ichi) meaning "one". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Nenosuke m Japanese
From Japanese 音 (ne) meaning "sound", 根 (ne) meaning "root", 子 (ne) meaning "child", 禰 (ne) meaning "one's deceased father", 祢 (ne) meaning "You; Thou", 寧 (ne) meaning "rather" or 眠 (ne) meaning "sleep, hibernate", 之 (no), a possessive marker combined with 介 (suke) meaning "shell, shellfish"... [more]
Nénotte f Jèrriais
Diminutive of Nénai and Néné.
Nenritdung f African, Ngas, Nigerian
A common name used among the Jos Plateau people of Nigeria. Meaning "God is good"
Nenrot f & m African, Ngas, Nigerian
A common name used among the Jos Plateau people of Nigeria. Meaning "God loves"
Nenszi f Hungarian
Cognate of Nancy, meaning "favour, grace".
Nëntor f Albanian
Means "November" in Albanian.
Nëntorina f Albanian
Meaning unknown.
Néo m French
French form of Neo.
Neo m & f Japanese
From Japanese 愛 (ne) meaning "love, affection", 音 (ne) meaning "sound", 寧 (ne) meaning "rather", 然 (ne), a suffix after nouns to express likeness or 峰 (ne) meaning "peak, ridge" combined with 桜 (o) meaning "cherry blossom" or 央 (o) meaning "centre, middle"... [more]
Neobule f Ancient Greek (Latinized), Literature
From Greek Νεοβούλη (Neoboule), which meant "new decision" from Greek νέος (neos) meaning "new" and βούλομαι (boulomai) "to will, to wish, to prefer". This was used by the 7th-century BC Greek poet Archilochus.
Neófito m Spanish
Spanish form of Neophytos via Neophytus.
Neoki f Japanese
Origin: Japanese... [more]
Neokles m Ancient Greek
Means "new glory" in Ancient Greek, from the elements neos "new" and kleos "glory".
Neoko f Japanese
From Japanese 希 (ne) meaning "hope, rare", 生 (o) meaning "raw" combined with 子 (ko) meaning "child". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Neola f English
Possibly derived from the Greek νέος (néos), meaning "new," influenced by names such as Viola, Leola, and Theola.
Neoma f English (Rare)
Altered form of Naomi (compare Naoma), though it is popularly claimed to mean "new moon" in Greek (apparently by association with the prefix neo "new, young" and mene "moon").
Neomah f Popular Culture
Variant of Neoma used for a demonic character in the role-playing game 'Exalted'.
Néomaye f French (Rare, Archaic), History (Ecclesiastical)
A French saint who is mainly venerated in the Poitou region. She is the patron saint of shepherds.
Neomi f Hebrew
Variant of Naomi.
Neomi f Japanese
From Japanese 音 (ne) meaning "sound", 緒 (o) meaning "thread" combined with 実 (mi) meaning "fruit, good result, truth" or 美 (mi) meaning "beautiful". Other kanji combinations are possible.
Neomisia f Greek
Meaning "beginning of the month." Can be shortened to Neoma.
Neon f & m Japanese
From Japanese 光 (ne) meaning "light", 夕 (ne) meaning "evening", 寧 (ne) meaning "rather, preferably, peaceful, quiet, tranquility", 希 (ne) meaning "hope, beg, request, rare", 弥 (ne) meaning "all the more, increasingly", 心 (ne) meaning "heart, soul, mind", 愛 (ne) meaning "love, affection", 明 (ne) meaning "bright, light", 永 (ne) meaning "eternity, long, lengthy", 碧 (ne) meaning "blue, green", 祈 (ne) meaning "pray, wish", 祢 (ne) or 禰 (ne) both meaning "ancestral shrine", 羽 (ne) meaning "feathers", 菜 (ne) meaning "vegetables, greens", 虹 (ne) meaning "rainbow", 輝 (ne) meaning "brightness", 錬 (ne) meaning "tempering, refine, drill, train, polish", 音 (ne) meaning "sound" or 願 (ne) meaning "petition, request, vow, wish, hope", 碧 (o) meaning "blue, green" combined with 音 (on) meaning "sound", 姫 (on) meaning "princess", 穏 (on) meaning "calm, quiet, moderation", 暖 (on) meaning "warmth", 遠 (on) meaning "distant, far", 恩 (on) meaning "grace, kindness, goodness, favor, mercy, blessing, benefit", 桜 (on) meaning "cherry blossom", 温 (on) meaning "warm", 織 (on) meaning "weave, fabric" or 苑 (on) meaning "garden, farm, park"... [more]
Neone m Italian
Italian form of Neon.
Neonila f Ukrainian
Ukrainian form of Neonilla. A known bearer is Ukrainian actress Neonila "Nila" Kryukova (1943-).
Neonilla f Ancient Greek (?), Russian (Rare)
Likely derived from the Greek element νεος (neos) meaning "new". This was the name of a 3rd-century Syrian saint, supposedly martyred during the persecutions of the Roman emperor Decius along with her husband Terence and their seven children.
Neophron m Ancient Greek, Greek Mythology
The first element of this name is derived from Greek νέος (neos) meaning "young, youthful" as well as "new, fresh". The second element is derived from either the Greek noun φρόνις (phronis) meaning "prudence, wisdom" or the Greek verb φρονέω (phroneo) meaning "to think" as well as "to be minded"... [more]
Néophyte m French
French form of Neophytos via Neophytus.
Neophytus m Ancient Greek (Latinized)
Latinized form of Neophytos. This name was borne by several ecumenical patriarchs of Constantinople.
Neoptòlem m Catalan
Catalan form of Neoptolemus.
Neoptolemas m Lithuanian
Lithuanian form of Neoptolemus.
Neoptólemo m Spanish, Portuguese
Spanish and Portuguese form of Neoptolemus.
Neori f Japanese
From Japanese 音 (ne) meaning "sound", 織 (o) meaning "to weave, to knit" combined with 梨 (ri) meaning "pear". Other combinations of kanji characters are possible.
Neoris f Ancient Greek
Derived from the Greek νεώρεον (neoreon) meaning "to be overseer of a dockyard".
Neot m Medieval Cornish, Cornish (Archaic), History
Meaning uncertain, perhaps ultimately from Nodens. Saint Neot was a 9th-century Cornish monk who gave his name to a village in Cornwall. His feast day is the 31st July.
Neottolemo m Italian
Italian form of Neoptolemus.
Neoyame m & f Tswana
Means "my gift" in Setswana.
Neoyaone f & m Tswana
Means "His (God's) gift" in Setswana.
Nepeese f Literature
From Cree nîpisîy meaning "willow". It is used in the 1917 novel 'Baree, Son of Kazan' by James Oliver Curwood.
Nepes m Turkmen
Turkmen masculine form of Nefes.
Nephalion m Greek Mythology
Most likely derived from the Greek adjective νηφάλιος (nephalios), which literally means "without wine, holding no wine, unmixed with wine". It refers to abstinence from intoxicating wine (i.e. physical sobriety), so a more figurative meaning of the word would be "sober, clear-headed, temperate"... [more]
Nepheg m Biblical
Nepheg was a son of Izhar of the house of Levi according to Exodus 6:21, born in Egypt. He was a nephew of Amram and a cousin of Aaron, Miriam, and Moses.
Nephelie f French (Modern, Rare)
French form of the Modern Greek name Nefeli.
Nephi m Mormon
This is used in the Book of Mormon as the name of a prophet, the son of Lehi. Its etymological origin is disputed.
Nephihah m Mormon
Second Nephite chief judge (c. 83-67 BC). He succeeded Alma the Younger when Alma had surrendered the judgment seat to him to devote more time to missionary work. His son Pahoran inherited the judgment seat from him after his death.
Nephon m Late Greek
Derived from the Greek noun νήφων (nephon) meaning "sober". This name was borne by two ecumenical patriarchs of Constantinople.
Nephry f Popular Culture
The name of Jade Curtiss' sister from the video game Tales of the Abyss.
Nepociano m Spanish, Portuguese
Spanish and Portuguese form of Nepotian.