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Names That Mean Ning

2192 names found for "Ning"   (page 1 of 44) 

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

Similar Names

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Related Names

A'idah  (Muslim)
Visiting. Returning. Reward
Aadi  (Hindu)
Beginning
Aadi  (Hindu)
Beginning
Aalim  (Muslim)
Variant of Alim: Man of Learning. Wise
Aaraa  (Muslim)
Variant of Ara: Embellishing. Adorning
Abayomi  (African)
Nigerian Name Meaning Bringer of Happiness
Abednego  (Biblical)
Servant of Light; Shining
Abel  (Biblical)
'Vanity, Breath, Vapor. Also a City, Mourning'
Abel-beth-maachah  (Biblical)
Mourning to the House of Maachah
Abel-beth-maachah  (Biblical)
Mourning to the House of Maachah
Abel-maim  (Biblical)
Mourning of Waters
Abel-maim  (Biblical)
Mourning of Waters
Abel-meholah  (Biblical)
Mourning of Sickness
Abel-meholah  (Biblical)
Mourning of Sickness
Abel-mizraim  (Biblical)
The Mourning of Egyptians
Abel-mizraim  (Biblical)
The Mourning of Egyptians
Abel-shittim  (Biblical)
Mourning of Thorns
Abel-shittim  (Biblical)
Mourning of Thorns
Abilene  (Biblical)
The Father of Mourning
Abran  (Hispanic)
Father of the Multitude. (Derivation of Hebrew Abram Meaning High Father?)
Abrienda  (Spanish)
Opening
Absalom  (Hebrew)
Father of Peace, Bold,Cunning,Passionate, Seldom a Man of Peace
Ace  (English)
Unity; a Nickname Given to One Who Excels; Also an English Surname Meaning Noble
Ada  (German)
Diminutive of Adeline and Adela: Sweet or Pleasant; of the Nobility. Noble. from the Old German 'Athal' Meaning Noble
Ada  (English)
Wealthy. Also from the Old German Eda or Etta, Meaning Happy. Introduced from Germany. Also a Diminutive of Adela, Adelalde, or Adeline
Adair  (English)
Variant of Edgar: Fortunate and Powerful. from the Old English Name Eadgar, a Compound of 'Ead' Meaning Rich or Happy, and 'Gar' Meaning Spear. Famous Bearer: King Edgar of England; American Author Ed
Adam  (Hebrew)
Red, a Reference to Either the Red Skin or the Red Earth of Eden from Which the Old Testament Adam Was Created in Genesis Famous Bearer: Irish St Adamnan, Meaning 'Little Adam', Was the Biographer of
Adamina  (Hebrew)
Feminine of Adam, Meaning Red, a Reference to Either the Red Skin or the Red Earth from Which the Old Testament Adam Was Created (Genesis :)
Adamnan  (Hebrew)
Little Adam, from Adam Meaning Red, a Reference to Either the Red Skin or the Red Earth from Which the Old Testament Adam Was Created (Genesis :). St Adamnan Was a Irish Saint and Biographer of St Col
Addae  (African)
Ghanian Word for the Morning Sun
Addie  (German)
Diminutive of Adeline and Adela: Sweet or Pleasant; of the Nobility. Noble. from the Old German 'Athal' Meaning Noble
Addy  (German)
Diminutive of Adeline and Adela: Sweet or Pleasant; of the Nobility. Noble. from the Old German 'Athal' Meaning Noble
Ade  (African)
Nigerian Word Meaning Royal
Adejola  (African)
Nigerian Name Meaning 'The Crown Needs Honour'
Adela  (German)
Pleasant; of the Nobility. Noble. from the Old German 'Athal' Meaning Noble. Famous Bearer: Adela Was the Name of One of British King William I's Daughters
Adele  (German)
Variant of Adela: Pleasant; of the Nobility. Noble. from the Old German 'Athal' Meaning Noble
Adelina  (Latin)
Latinized Form of Adeline from the Old German 'Athal' Meaning Noble
Adelina  (German)
Variant of Adeline: Sweet; of the Nobility. Noble. from the Old German 'Athal' Meaning 'Noble
Adeline  (German)
Variant of Adela: Pleasant; of the Nobility. Noble. from the Old German 'Athal' Meaning Noble
Adene  (German)
Variant of Aline: Diminutive of Adeline, from the Old German 'Athal' Meaning Noble
Adesola  (African)
Nigerian Name Meaning 'The Crown Honoured Us'
Adine  (German)
Variant of Aline: Diminutive of Adeline, from the Old German 'Athal' Meaning Noble
Adoff  (German)
German Form of Adalwolf Meaning Noble Wolf, Generally Associated With the German Dictator Adolf Hitler
Adolf  (Latin)
Variant of Adolphus: Latinized Form of the Old German 'Adalwolf' Meaning Noble Wolf. Used by Th and German Royal Families, and Introduced into Britain by the Hanoverians
Adolph  (Latin)
Variant of Adolphus: Latinized Form of the Old German 'Adalwolf' Meaning Noble Wolf. Used by Th and German Royal Families, and Introduced into Britain by the Hanoverians
Adolphe  (Latin)
Variant of Adolphus: Latinized Form of the Old German 'Adalwolf' Meaning Noble Wolf. Used by Th and German Royal Families, and Introduced into Britain by the Hanoverians
Adolphus  (Latin)
Latinized Form of the Old German 'Adalwolf' Meaning Noble Wolf. Used by Th and German Royal Families, and Introduced into Britain by the Hanoverians
Adoni-bezek  (Biblical)
The Lightning of the Lord; the Lord of Lightning
Adrian  (English)
From the Latin Hadrianus Meaning of Adria or of the Adriatic Sea Region. Pope Adrian Iv Was a Century British Pope Who Became Popular in the S When Sue Townsend Published 'The Secret Diary of Adrian M
Adriana  (Latin)
Feminine Form of Adrian, from the Latin Hadrianus Meaning of Adria, or of the Adriatic. Also Means Dark
2192 names found for "Ning"   (page 1 of 44) 

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