Girl names that start with N

Nadia, Nell, Nyomi—there are a number of great baby girl names that start with the letter N. Start your search right here!

NamesOrigin & Meaning
NicoleNicole, along with Jessica and Veronica, was, like, a super-popular name in the 1980s. The feminine form of Nicolas, Nicole…
NatalieBelieve it or not, Natalie is another perfect name for a Christmas baby. It’s the French version of the Russian name Natalia…
NaomiIn the Old Testament, Naomi was the mother-in-law of Ruth. After the death of her husband and sons and upon her return to…
NancyNancy is a very dignified sounding name that had its moment in the spotlight in the 1950s and 60s and has since had to step…
NatashaRussian:Nickname for Natalya; Born on Christmas Day
NadiaPersian:Variant of Nada; dew, generous
NoelleFrench:Christmas; feminine variant of Noel
NinaNative American:Strong
NalaAfrican Origin
NataliaLatin Origin
NikitaRussian:Masculine name used as feminine; popularized by the film La Femme Nikita
NadineFrench:Hope; diminutive of Nadia and a familiar form of Bernadette
NicholeNichole is just bound to encounter a host of mispronounciations, so why not just stick with Nicole instead?
NikkiNikki was the hot cheerleader in the 80s who hasn’t aged so well throughout the years. While the name it originated from…
NormaLatin:From the north; feminine form of Norman
NolaNola, the short form of the ever-so-popular Fionnuala (yes, that was sarcasm), possesses a certain mysterious and spiritual…
NoemiPleasant Noemi is the Spanish version of the uber-popular Naomi. Unlike it’s counterpart, Noemi still sounds fresh and…
NicoletteFrench:People’s victory
NellieEnglish OriginLight
NoreenIrish:Variant of Nora light;honor
NalaniHawaiian:Silence of the heavens
NitaHebrew:To plant
NedaAfrican:Born on Sunday
NikiGreek:Feminine form of Nicholas
NeveIrish:Anglicized spelling of Niamh
NicolaFrench:People”s victory
NicolettaGreek:Feminine form of Nicholas
NadyaArabic OriginHope
NadieNative American:Wise (Algonquin)
NanetteFrench:Favor, grace; variant of Anne
NastasiaRussian:Arisen, resurrected
NoelExpecting a Christmas bundle of joy? Then do like the Middle Agers did, and name your daughter Noel. While it’s not a very…
NayeliArabic:Highness, grace
NoelaniHawaiian:Mist of heaven
NaraGreek:Contented, happy
NellFrom the Shakespearean play Comedy of Errors
NunaNative American:Land
NisseScandinavian:Friendly elf
NataleItalian Origin
NeemaAfrican:Born in prosperity (Swahili)
NaidaGreek:Water nymph
NathaliaEnglish Origin
NannetteFrench:Favor; grace. Variant of Anne.
NerissaFrom the Shakespearean play Merchant of Venice
NoellaFrench:Variation of Noelle
NeliaLatin Origin
NataschaRussian:Variant of Natalie, birthday.
NichelleAfrican:Victorious maiden
NabiryeEgyptian:Mother of twins
NadaArabic:Dew, giving
NadeenFrench:Variant of Nadia.