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Names That Mean Nick

135 names found for "Nick"   (page 1 of 3) 

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Looking for names that mean Nick? We couldn't find the exact name Nick, but listed below are some first names meaning Nick or names similar to the word Nick.

Similar Names

Neci | Nic | Nicky | Nico | Niece | Nik | Niki | Nikka | Nikki | Nikko |

Related Names

Ace  (English)
Unity; a Nickname Given to One Who Excels; Also an English Surname Meaning Noble
Algernon  (French)
With Whiskers, Bearded. in Norman Times, When Most Men Were Clean-shaven, This Nickname Was Given Two Mustache-wearing Companions of William the Conqueror, One of Whom Was William De Percy, Founder of
Algie  (French)
Diminutive of Algernon: With Whiskers, Bearded. in Norman Times, When Most Men Were Clean-shaven, This Nickname Was Given Two Mustache-wearing Companions of William the Conqueror
Algy  (French)
Diminutive of Algernon: With Whiskers, Bearded. in Norman Times, When Most Men Were Clean-shaven, This Nickname Was Given Two Mustache-wearing Companions of William the Conqueror
Anicka  (Czechoslovakian)
Czechoslovakian Form of Agnes
Annick  (Russian)
Gracious
Bela  (Hungarian)
Nickname for Albert 'Noble'
Berta  (English)
Variant of Bertha: from Old English Beorht Meaning Bright. in Use Since the Norman Conquest. in World War I a German Howitzer Was Nicknamed Big Bertha
Bertha  (English)
From Old English Beorht Meaning Bright. in Use Since the Norman Conquest. in World War I a German Howitzer Was Nicknamed Big Bertha
Bertha  (German)
From Old German Berhta Meaning Bright, Intelligent. Famous Bearer: in World War I a German Howitzer Was Nicknamed Big Bertha
Bill  (English)
Nickname for William 'Resolute Protector' Often Used As an Independent Name
Billie  (English)
Nickname for William 'Resolute Protector' Often Used As an Independent Name
Billie  (English)
Determination; Strength. A Nickname for William. Often Combined With Other Names - Billie-jean and Billie Jo
Billy  (English)
Nickname for William 'Resolute Protector' Often Used As an Independent Name
Blakely  (Scandinavian)
Nickname and Abbreviation Occasionally Used for Boys and for Girls
Bo  (Scandinavian)
Nickname and Abbreviation. Famous Bearer: Actress Bo Derek
Bo  (English)
Nickname Made Popular by Actress Bo Derek
Bo  (Scandinavian)
Nickname Made Popular by Actress Bo Derek
Bud  (English)
Derived from Bud, a Colloquial Term of Address Used in the United States; Short for Buddy, Meaning Friend. Common As a Nickname, But Less Common As a First Name. American Comedian Bud Abbott's Real Na
Buster  (English)
Derived from a Nickname Used in the United States, Occasionally Used As a First Name in Honour of American Silent Film Comic Actor Buster Keaton
Cameron  (Scottish)
Used As a Surname Originated from the Gaelic Nickname Cam Sron (Crooked Nose). Variations: Cam, Camey
Cameron  (Celtic)
Crooked Nose. Nickname of a Highland Chieftain With a Crooked Nose
Cameron  (Gaelic)
Crooked. from the Celtic Cameron Meaning Crooked Nose. Nickname of a Highland Chieftain With a Crooked Nose
Campbell  (Scottish)
Used As a Surname Originated from the Gaelic Nickname Cam Beul (Crooked Mouth). Variations: Cam,Camey
Chan  (Spanish)
Nickname for John
Charlie  (German)
Nickname for Charles,Charlotte
Charo  (Spanish)
Nickname for Rosario. Variant of Rosa
Charro  (Spanish)
Nickname for a Cowboy Particularly in Argentina
Coinneach  (Scottish)
Handsome, Comely; Derived from an Old Gaelic Nickname Meaning 'Handsome, Comely.' the Name is Anglicized As Canice and Kenneth
Dick  (English)
Rhyming Nickname from Medieval Times. Richard 'strong Ruler' Was Shortened to Rick Then Rhymed to Dick
Dom  (English)
Diminutive of Dominick: Lord
Dome  (English)
Diminutive of Dominick: Lord
Domek  (English)
Variant of Dominick: Lord
Domenic  (English)
Variant of Dominick: Lord
Domenico  (English)
Variant of Dominick: Lord
Domicio  (English)
Variant of Dominick: Lord
Domingo  (English)
Variant of Dominick: Lord
Domingos  (English)
Variant of Dominick: Lord
Dominic  (English)
Variant of Dominick: Lord
Dominick  (Latin)
Belonging to God
Dominick  (Latin)
From Dominkus, Meaning 'Of the Lord'. Famous Bearer: St Dominic Founded the Dominican Order of Preaching Friars
Dominick  (English)
Lord
Dominik  (English)
Variant of Dominick: Lord
Dominique  (English)
Feminine Form of Dominick: Lord
Domo  (English)
Variant of Dominick: Lord
Domokos  (English)
Variant of Dominick: Lord
Dougal  (Irish)
From the Gaelic Dubhgall, Meaning Dark Stranger. Daugal Was the Nickname the Irish Gave to the Vikings
Dugald  (Irish)
Variant of Dougal: from the Gaelic Dubhgall, Meaning Dark Stranger. Daugal Was the Nickname the Irish Gave to the Vikings
Duke  (English)
The Royalty Title Used As Nickname or Given Name. Also an Abbreviation of Marmaduke. Famous Bearer: American Jazz Musician Duke Ellington
Dustee  (English)
Nickname
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