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N is for Nathan, Nico, Noel and hundreds of other noble and novel baby boy names that start with the letter N. Find them all at BabyZone.
There is no more obvious name for a Christmas baby than Noel, and now "The First Noel" will take on a new meaning. The holiday... Read More
Noah has dusted off its ancient Biblical cobwebs and emerged a red-hot boy's name. In case you missed it, in the Old Testament... Read More
Nathan, like the similar sounding Ethan, is a name that parents continuously gravitate towards–and it's not hard to see... Read More
The history of the name Nicholas involves the patron saint of children (not to mention sailors and wolves—cool!) who would... Read More
Nathaniel is a dignified name with an illustrious history. In the Bible, he is one of Jesus' twelve disciples (also referred... Read More
Gaelic: Champion; A dynasty of Irish kings was founded by Niall of the Nine Hostages.
Spanish: Victorious; conquerer of the people. Variant of Nicholas.
Celtic: Son of Neil
English: Son of Neil.
Nico, much like Marco, is one those nicknames (short for Nicholas) that is starting to sound better than the original. It's... Read More
English: Champion; from the Irish Gaelic name Niall
Gaelic: Champion; from the Irish Gaelic name Niall
The "champion" meaning is a bit ironic right now considering that both Neal and the more popular Neil have fallen into a... Read More
You'll be hearing a lot of "Naaaate!" soon since it's often used as a nickname for Nathaniel and Nathan, both of which are... Read More
English: From the north, northerner; The name Norman appeared before the French Norman Conquest, and therefore while both names may...
North had been in the shadows of direction-inspired names for years—until Kim Kardashian and Kanye West gave it to their... Read More
French: From the new town
Scandinavian: Son of Neil
Arabic: Rare, precious
English: Abbreviation of Nicholas. Mythological Nike was Greek goddess of victory and root origin of Nicholas.
This name of English origin is more commonly used as a surname (i.e. Wayne Newton), and is too outdated to use as a first... Read More
German: Shining one from the north
Hebrew: God has given. One of the 12 biblical apostles.
Slavic: Victorious; conquerer of the people. Variant of Nicholas.
Irish: Champion Form of Neil.
French: Birthday. Feminine of Noel. Commonly refers to Christ''s birth and Christmas festival.