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3476 3709 Ναασσών Naasson Nahshon, small viper
3477 3710 Ναγγαί Nangai Naggai
3478 3711 Ναζαρά Nazara Nazareth, [poss.] sprout, …
3478 3714 Ναζαρέθ Nazareth Nazareth, [poss.] sprout, …
3478 3715 Ναζαρέτ Nazaret Nazareth
3479 3716 Ναζαρηνός Nazarenos of Nazareth; (n.) Nazarene (in no …
3480 3717 Ναζωραῖος Nazoraios Nazarene, of Nazareth
3481 3718 Ναθάμ Natham Nathan, gift
3482 3720 Ναθαναήλ Nathanael Nathanael, gift of God [El]
3483 3721 ναί nai yes, indeed, a marker of strong …
3497 3722 Ναιμάν Naiman Naaman, pleasantness
3484 3723 Ναΐν Nain Nain, pleasant, delightful
3485 3724 ναός naos temple; of the temple in Jerusalem, …
3486 3725 Ναούμ Naoum Nahum, comfort
3487 3726 νάρδος nardos nard, the oil of (spike)nard, …
3488 3727 Νάρκισσος Narkissos Narcissus
3489 3728 ναυαγέω nauageo to be shipwrecked, have a shipwreck
3490 3729 ναύκληρος naukleros ship owner or captain
3491 3730 ναῦς naus ship
3492 3731 ναύτης nautes sailor
3493 3732 Ναχώρ Nachor Nahor
3494 3733 νεανίας neanias young man
3495 3734 νεανίσκος neaniskos young man
3496 3735 Νέα πολις Neapolis Neapolis, new city
3497 3737 Νεεμάν Neeman Naaman, pleasantness
3498 3738 νεκρός nekros dead (can be used physically or …
3499 3739 νεκρόω nekroo (act.) to put to death; (pass.) to …
3500 3740 νέκρωσις nekrosis death, deadness
3561 3741 νεομηνία neomenia New Moon Celebration
3501 3742 νέος neos new, fresh, young, younger
3502 3743 νεοσσός neossos the young (of a bird)
3503 3744 νεότης neotes youth, childhood
3504 3745 νεόφυτος neophytos newly converted, a fig. extension …
3505 3746 Νέρων Neron Nero, [family name]
0 3747 Νεύης Neues Neues
3506 3748 νεύω neuo to motion, nod (as a signal)
3507 3749 νεφέλη nephele cloud
3508 3750 Νεφθαλίμ Nephthalim Naphtali
3509 3751 νέφος nephos cloud
3510 3752 νεφρός nephros mind, the part of the inner person …
3511 3753 νεωκόρος neokoros guardian of the temple
3512 3754 νεωτερικός neoterikos pertaining to youth, youthful
3513 3755 νή ne as surely as
3514 3756 νήθω netho to spin (yarn)
3515 3757 νηπιάζω nepiazo to be (like) a child
3516 3758 νήπιος nepios (n.) child, infant; (a.) childlike, …
3517 3759 Νηρεύς Nereus Nereus
3518 3760 Νηρί Neri Neri, lamp of Yahweh
3519 3761 νησίον nesion small island
3520 3762 νῆσος nesos island
3521 3763 νηστεία nesteia fasting, going without food
3522 3764 νηστεύω nesteuo to fast, go without food
3523 3765 νῆστις nestis hungry, without food
3524 3766 νηφαλέος nephaleos temperate (in the use of alcohol)
3524 3767 νηφάλιος nephalios temperate (in the use of alcohol)
3525 3768 νήφω nepho to be self-controlled, clear-headed
3526 3769 Νίγερ Niger Niger, black
3527 3770 Νικάνωρ Nikanor Nicanor, victor
3528 3771 νικάω nikao to overcome, overpower; to conquer, …
3529 3772 νίκη nike victory
3530 3773 Νικόδημος Nikodemos Nicodemus, victor over people
3531 3774 Νικολαΐτης Nikolaites Nicolaitan, follower of …
3532 3775 Νικόλαος Nikolaos Nicolas, victor over people
3533 3776 Νικόπολις Nikopolis Nicopolis, victory city
3534 3777 νῖκος nikos victory
3535 3778 Νινευή Nineue Nineveh
3535 3779 Νινευι&v Nineui Nineveh
3536 3780 Νινευίτης Nineuites Ninevite
3537 3781 νιπτήρ nipter basin for washing
3538 3782 νίπτω nipto to wash; bathe
3539 3783 νοέω noeo to understand, see with insight, …
3540 3784 νόημα noema thought, mind; scheme, design, plot
3541 3785 νόθος nothos illegitimate, born out of wedlock
3542 3786 νομή nome pasture
3543 3787 νομίζω nomizo to think, suppose, expect, consider
3544 3788 νομικός nomikos pertaining to the law; (n.) expert …
3545 3789 νομίμως nomimos properly, in accordance to the rules
3546 3790 νόμισμα nomisma coin
3547 3791 νομοδιδάσκαλος nomodidaskalos teacher of the law
3548 3792 νομοθεσία nomothesia law, legislation
3549 3793 νομοθετέω nomotheteo (pass.) to be given law; to be …
3550 3794 νομοθέτης nomothetes lawgiver
3551 3795 νόμος nomos law, regulation, principle; this …
3552 3796 νοσέω noseo to be unhealthy, ill
3553 3797 νόσημα nosema disease
3554 3798 νόσος nosos disease, illness
3555 3799 νοσσιά nossia chick, young (of a bird)
3556 3800 νοσσίον nossion young (of a bird)
3502 3801 νοσσός nossos young (of a bird)
3557 3802 νοσφίζω nosphizo (mid.) to hold back for oneself, …
3558 3803 νότος notos south, south wind
3559 3804 νουθεσία nouthesia warning, admonition; instruction
3560 3805 νουθετέω noutheteo to warn, admonish; instruct
3561 3806 νουμηνία noumenia New Moon Celebration
3562 3807 νουνεχῶς nounechos wisely, thoughtfully
3563 3808 νοῦς nous mind, thinking; understanding, …
3564 3809 Νύμφα Nympha Nympha
3565 3811 νύμφη nymphe bride; daughter-in-law
3566 3812 νυμφίος nymphios bridegroom
3567 3813 νυμφών nymphon bridegroom
3568 3814 νῦν nyn now, as it is; (with the article …
3570 3815 νυνί nyni now, as it is; indeed, in fact
3571 3816 νύξ nyx night, evening
3572 3817 νύσσω nysso to pierce, stab
3573 3818 νυστάζω nystazo to become drowsy; to sleep, be idle
3574 3819 νυχθήμερον nychthemeron a night and a day, about 24 hours
3575 3820 Νῶε Noe Noah, rest, comfort
3576 3821 νωθρός nothros slow to learn; lazy, sluggish
3577 3822 νῶτος notos back (of a human body); to have a …