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Unisex Names That Start With N

Gender-neutral names that start with the letter N can be a perfect choice for boys and girls. Take a look at all of our unisex names that begin with N.

Nancie

English Origin

French: Grace; variant of Ann most often regarded as an independent name

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Nasim

Arabic: Breeze, fresh air; Sham el Nasim, or smell the breeze, is an Egyptian spring festival that takes place the day after Easter...

Persian Origin

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Nat

Hebrew: Gift from God; a short form of Nathan and Nathaniel

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Neci

Latin: Ardent, intense

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Nell

From the Shakespearean play Comedy of Errors Read More

Neued

Welsh: Legendary daughter of KyvwIch

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Niki

Latin: Of the lord

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Niki

Greek: Feminine form of Nicholas

Persian Origin

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Nikita

Russian: Unconquered

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Nikita

Russian: Masculine name used as feminine; popularized by the film La Femme Nikita

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Nikki

English: Abbreviation of Nicholas. Mythological Nike was Greek goddess of victory and root origin of Nicholas.

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Nikki

Nikki was the hot cheerleader in the 80s who hasn't aged so well throughout the years. While the name it originated from... Read More

Nila

Hindi: Blue

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Nila

Sanskrit: Blue

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Njorthrbiartr

Norse: Hero

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Njorthrbiartr

Norse: Heroic

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Noe

With Noe, you get three names in one! It can be pronounced like NO-AH, NO, and even NYE. A Spanish variation of the Hebrew... Read More

Noe

Hawaiian: Mist, misty

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Noel

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

Noel

Expecting a Christmas bundle of joy? Then do like the Middle Agers did, and name your daughter Noel. While it's not a very... Read More

Noell

French: Birthday. Feminine of Noel. Commonly refers to Christ''s birth and Christmas festival.

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Noell

French Origin

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Nour

Egyptian: Light, luminous

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Nour

Arabic: Light

Persian Origin

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