Christianity Baby Girl Names Starting With N

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Christianity Baby Names for Girl That Starts with N List

NameMeaningGender
NaajaGull, seagullGirl
NaasoqPlant, flowerGirl
NachellePowerful womanGirl
NadejaHopeGirl
NadìždaA variant of Nadeja, meaning hope.Girl
NafulaOne who was born during the rainy season.Girl
NagodeallahI thank God.Unisex
NaileShe who is tall and slender.Girl
NairnaDweller at the alder tree riverGirl
NajaaraqLittle NajaGirl
NakedraOne who is smart and beautiful.Girl
NanyamkaGod's giftGirl
NastashiaA variant of Anastasia. It means resurrection.Girl
NastasiyaUkrainian version of Anastasia, meaning rebirth.Girl
NastasjaRisen by baptism to new lifeGirl
NastenkaA form of Natasha, meaning resurrection.Girl
NastkaResurrectionGirl
NastunyeUkrainian version of Anastasia, meaning rebirth.Girl
NatasiaCanadian version of Anastasia, meaning resurrection.Girl
NchekwubeTrust in God.Girl
NdutaTeach meGirl
NedelyaSunday in Bulgarian language.Girl
NelehBeautiful lightGirl
NevenkaMarigoldGirl
NežaShort form of Agnes, meaning 'pure'.Girl