Irish: Name of a saint
Native American: He works (Navajo)
Hebrew: Pleasant, sweet, beautiful; In the Bible, Naaman was the general of the army of Aram.
Egyptian: Mother of twins
Arabic: Dew, giving
Hebrew: Noble, generous; The biblical Nadav was the oldest son of Aaron, the high priest.
French: Variant of Nadia.
German: The courage of a bear
Persian: Variant of Nada; dew, generous
Native American: Wise (Algonquin)
French: Hope; diminutive of Nadia and a familiar form of Bernadette
Arabic: Rare, precious
Hebrew: To wrestle or be crafty or a comparison; in the Bible, the sixth son of Jacob
Norse: The ship that will carry the dead to Ragnarok
Egyptian: Carpenter; Egyptian version of Najjar
Native American: Forest
Arabic: Drink of water, to quench
Hebrew: Compassionate; a biblical tribesman of Judah
Latin: A nymph
Spanish: Of the Virgin Mary
Greek: Water nymph