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Name Meaning
Nada Full of generosity, dew
Nadine Unknown
Naeem Benevolent
Naeemah Benevolent
Nafisah Precious thing
Nafula Born during rainy season
Name Meaning
Nafuna Born feet first
Nailah One who will succeed
Naimah Quiet and enjoyable
Najibah Of noble birth
Najla Wide eyes
Nakampi Short
Nalongo Mother of twins
Namalwa Born during a party
Name Meaning
Namono Younger twin
Nanyamka God's gift
Nasiche Unknown
Natalie Unknown
Natasha Unknown
Nathifa Clean, pure
Name Meaning
Nayo We have joy
Neema Born during prosperity
Ngozi A blessing has come
Ngulinga Weeping
Niara Of high purpose
Norma The standard
Nyla Unknown

* The most popular names amongst expecting parents, for African American girls that start with the letter "N", are: Naeem, Natalie, Nyla, and Natasha. Most of the names listed above are of African origin.

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