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hitchcock's bible names dictionary

Naam, fair; pleasant
Naamah, Naaman, beautiful; agreeable
Naarah, Naarai, young person
Naashon, that foretells; that conjectures
Nabal, fool; senseless
Naboth, words; prophecies
Nachon, ready; sure
Nachor, same as Nahor
Nadab, free and voluntary gift; prince
Nagge, clearness; brightness; light
Nahaliel, inheritance; valley of God
Nahallal, praised; bright
Naham, Nahamani, comforter; leader
Naharai, my nostrils; hot; anger
Nahash, snake; serpent
Nahath, rest; a leader
Nahbi, very secret
Nahor, hoarse; dry; hot
Nahshon, same as Naashon
Nahum, comforter; penitent
Nain, beauty; pleasantness
Naioth, beauties; habitations
Naomi, beautiful; agreeable
Naphish, the soul; he that rests, refreshes himself, or respires
Naphtali, that struggles or fights
Narcissus, astonishment; stupidity
Nason, helper; entry-way
Nathan, given; giving; rewarded
Nathanael, the gift of God
Nathan-melech, the gift of the king, or of counsel
Naum, same as Nahum
Nazareth, separated; crowned; sanctified
Nazarite, one chosen or set apart
Neah, moved; moving
Neapolis, the new city
Neariah, child of the Lord
Nebai, budding; speaking; prophesying
Nebaioth, words; prophecies; buds
Neballat, prophecy; budding
Nebat, that beholds
Nebo, that speaks or prophesies
Nebuchadnezzar, Nebuchadrezzar, tears and groans of judgment
Nebushasi_hahban, speech; prophecy; springing; flowing
Nebuzar-adan, fruits or prophecies of judgment
Necho, lame; beaten
Nedabiah, prince or vow of the Lord
Neginoth, stringed instruments
Nehelamite, dreamer; vale; brook
Nehemiah, consolation; repentance of the Lord
Nehum, comforter; penitent
Nehushta, made of brass
Nehushtan, a trifling thing of brass
Neiel, commotion, or moving, of God
Nekoda, painted; inconstant
Nemuel, the sleeping of God
Nepheg, weak; slacked
Nephish, same as Naphish
Nephishesim, diminished; torn in pieces
Nephthalim, same as Naphtali
Nephthoah, opening; open
Nephusim, same as Nephishesim
Ner, a lamp; new-tilled land
Nereus, same as Ner
Nergal, the great man; the hero
Nergal-sharezer, treasurer of Nergal
Neri, my light
Neriah, light; lamp of the Lord
Nethaneel, same as Nathanael
Nethaniah, the gift of the Lord
Nethinims, given or offered
Neziah, conqueror; strong
Nezib, standing-place
Nibhaz, budding; prophesying
Nibshan, prophecy; growing of a tooth
Nicanor, a conqueror; victorious
Nicodemus, victory of the people
Nicolas, same as Nicodemus
Nicolaitanes, followers of Nicolas
Nicopolis, the city of victory
Niger, black
Nimrah, Nimrim, leopard; bitterness; rebellion
Nimrod, rebellion (but probably an unknown Assyrian word)
Nimshi, rescued from danger
Nineveh, handsome; agreeable
Nisan, standard; miracle
Nisroch, flight; proof; temptation; delicate
No, stirring up; forbidding
Noadiah, witness, or ornament, of the Lord
Noah, repose; consolation
Noah, that quavers or totters (Zelophehad's daughter)
Nob, discourse; prophecy
Nobah, that barks or yelps
Nod, vagabond; fugitive
Nodab, vowing of his own accord
Noe, same as Noah
Nogah, brightness; clearness
Noha, rest; a guide
Non, posterity; a fish; eternal
Noph, honeycomb; anything that distills or drops
Nophah, fearful; binding
Nun, same as Non
Nymphas, spouse; bridegroom

This dictionary is from Hitchcock's New  and  Complete Analysis  of  the Holy Bible, published in the late 1800's.  It contains more than 2,500 Bible and Bible related proper names and their meanings.  Some  Hebrew words of uncertain meaning have been left out.


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