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Top African Girl Names Starting With N

TheBiranchi Team has collected a new list of the Top 82 most popular and unique African baby Girl names starting with N, which might sound perfect for your newborn baby.

In this article, you will get to know the Trending “N” letter Baby Girl Names in Africa, which you may consider for your newborn baby. All the African baby girl names that start with “N” are arranged alphabetically with their meaning and gender.

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Unique African Girl Names That Start With The Letter: N

We have collected all the unique 82 African Girl Names that start with the letter “N”, which you may consider for your newly born baby girl.

NameMeaning
Naailathe person with the record of victories
NaataaniiA poetess who writes the praise of the prophet
NabelungBeautiful One
NabulungiBeautiful One
NaeemahTo Be Carefree
NafulaOne who was born during the rainy season
NafunaThe one who is carried his feet first
NailahSucceeding
NaiserOne who is a founder of belief
NajaA person indifferent to pleasure and pain
NakatoThe twins or doubles whom were born as the second in the family
NakeishaThe lifetime of woman or girl or lady or damsel
NakiThe girl who was born first in the family or eldest daughter
NakimeraThe talent or present of skills from God
NalaLioness or Lots of Water
NaloThe most lovable person
NalorieLovable goddess of earth
NamonoYounger Of Twins
NanyamkaGod'S Gift
NarkeashaPretty
NaserianThe lucky one A fateful person
NashaIn Nigerian it means born during the rainy season In Persian it means Judge
NatakiOne who took birth as a royal
NathaaraTiny pieces scattered all over
NathifaOne Who Is Pure
NatineThe person who belongs to the Natine ethnic group
NatoyaDance, or the one who can dance
NayoShe Is Our Joy
NdutaTeach me
NeelaBluish shaded color
NeemaBorn In Prosperity
NehandaStrong And Powerful
NeliahThe gift or present from the town
NeoThe talented one or skilled one
NettaGate, shrubberies, trees, wilds, planting
NgabileI Have It
NgendoA traveler
NginaOne who serves
NgoziBlessing
NianaName of an African city in Mali
NichelleThe great champion among the women
NimeeshaThe dearest angel of the God
NisarOne who is passive and diplomatic
NjemileUpstanding, Honorable
NjeriDaughter of a warrior
NjokiShe who returned
NkechiThe precious treasure from God
NkechinyereGod's pleasure which came to this world
NkiruOnce more God will provide the excellent gift
NkirukaGod will give me something ever best once again
NkosazanaPrincess
NnekaHer Mother Is Important
NneniaThe one who looks same as her grand mother
NnennaThe one who is fond of her dad's mum
NomaCultivator or farmer or sample or model
NomalangaSunny
NomasontoWho was delivered or received on Sunday
NombekoRegard, respect, admiration
NombleBeauty
NomusaCompassionate, Merciful
NomuulaWho is like unto Yahweh (Unchanging God)
NontleThe ruler of the deep sea
NourbeseWonderful Child
NoxoloOne who is passive and diplomatic
NsombiFull of happiness or complete gladness
NuruTo Illuminate
NuzhahDesirable trip or expedition spot
NyaA friend, a companion
NyaguthiiA traveler
NyahMeans the replica or form of a sweet called "Modak" offered to a Hindu deity Ganesha
NyakioA Spanish variant of Mother or womb
NyalaSpanish version of Modest that means not boasting about one self
NyamburaBorn of the rain
NyanjeraBorn on the way
NyaraiFrench version of the word modest means not praising self
NyashaItalian and Portuguese version of modest that means not bragging one's achievement
NyatheraThe quality of being modest A moderate of reserve behaviour
NyawiraOne who is hard working
NyekiA new growth of the plant, a recently grown plant
NylaThe one who is humble and meek
NyokaA person who infatuates others To whom others been attracted
NyokabiOf the Maasai people