November

November is the eleventh month of the year according to the Gregorian calender. It comes from Latin novem meaning "nine" derived from Proto-Indo-European *h₁néwn̥ (nine). It was originally the ninth month of the Roman calender which originally consisted of ten months before the addition of two more months. Origin: Proto-Indo-European  

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Naia

Naia has several possible meanings: Naia is a Basque female name meaning "wave, sea foam"; It may also be derived from the Naiads, water nymphs who typically inhabit fountains, streams, or any fresh water. The name comes from Ancient Greek nā́ō meaning "to flow" or nâma "running water", both derived from Proto-Indo-European *(s)neh₂- (to swim, to float); Spelled Nai'a, it's a Hawaiian word … Continue reading Naia

Noelle

Noelle is the feminine form of Noel (or French Noël) which means "Christmas" derived from Latin natalis (of or relating to birth) which comes Proto-Indo-European *ǵenh₁- (to produce, beget; to give birth). Noelle is also a surname derived from the given name. Origin: Proto-Indo-European Variants: Noëlle (French, Dutch) Noelle (English) Noèle (French) Noela (Galician) Noelia (Spanish) Noella (French) Noelene (English)   … Continue reading Noelle

Naomi

Naomi (pr. nay-o-mee or nie-o-mee in English; pr. na-o-mee in Japanese)  is a female given name with two separate origins. The first is that it derives from Hebrew meaning "pleasantness". It's also a Japanese unisex name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used: "straight; honest +beauty; beautiful" (直美); feminine "esteem + beauty; beautiful" (尚美); feminine "straight; honest … Continue reading Naomi

Nevada

Nevada is the name of an American state, its name derived from Spanish nevada meaning "snow-covered; snowy" which comes from Latin nivatus (snowy). Nevada is also a surname. Origin: Latin  

Nadia

Nadia is a variant transcription of Nadiyya, an Arabic female name meaning "moist, tender, delicate" or "calling", as well as a Slavic female name, a diminutive of Nadezhda meaning "hope". Origin: Arabic, Slavic Variants: Nadya (Russian, Bulgarian, Ukrainian, Arabic) Nadiya (Ukrainian) Nadja (German, Slovene) Nadiyya (Arabic) Nadiye (Turkish) Nadezhda (Russian, Bulgarian, Macedonian, Ukrainian)   نديّة (Arabic) "moist, tender, … Continue reading Nadia

Nanaka

Nanaka is a Japanese female name with a variety of meanings depending on the kanji used, such as "vegetables, greens + flower" (菜々花/ 菜々華); "vegetables, greens + summer" (菜々夏); "vegetables, greens + fragrance" (菜々香); "vegetables, greens + day, sun, Japan" (菜々日); "seven +flower, splendor" (七華); and likely other meanings. Nanaka was also the name of … Continue reading Nanaka

Ndidi

Ndidi is an African Igbo unisex name meaning "patience" though it seems to be more popular for women. It also seems to be a surname as well. Origin: African (Igbo)        

Northa

Northa is a feminine form of North, one of the four cardinal points of the compass referring to an area or geography facing towards north. The word comes from Old English norð ultimately deriving from Proto-Indo-European *ner meaning "left, below" in reference to north being to the left of the rising sun. Northa also seems to be a surname … Continue reading Northa

Nika

Nika is a unisex given name with several possible meanings. It's a Russian short form of Veronika which ultimately comes from Greek Pherenike meaning "bringer of victory, bringing victory", or any name ending in -nika, as well as also being a short form of Nikita, the Russian form of Greek Niketas meaning "winner, victor". Nika is also the feminine form of male given name Nikola, the … Continue reading Nika