Naam is the name of one of Caleb's descendants. Only Caleb and Joshua, of all those who left Egyptian slavery under Moses, were allowed by God to enter the Promised Land.
Naamah is the name of Tubalcain's sister. King Solomon married an Ammonite woman also named Naamah who would give birth to his successor Rehoboam.
The city of Naamah was given to the tribe of Judah as an inheritance in the Promised Land.
Genesis 4:22, Joshua 15:41, 1Kings 14:21, 31, 2Chronicles 12:13
Strong's #H5283, #G3497
Genesis 46:21, Numbers 26:40, 2Kings 5, 1Chronicles 8:4, 7, Luke 4:27
Naarath was a city given to the tribe of Ephraim as an inheritance in the Promised Land.
Nabal was the foolish husband of Abigail. Her intervention with King David prevented the destruction of their family and possessions after Nabal rejected David's messengers. Ironically, Nabal had a stroke when he was told what could have happened to him and died ten days later. Abigail then became one of David's wives.
1Samuel 25:3 - 39, 27:3, 30:5, 2Samuel 2:2, 3:3
Naboth was a vineyard owner in Jezreel near the palace of Israel's King Ahab. Queen Jezebel, after he rejected Ahab's attempt to buy his property, arranged to have him killed and his property seized. Naboth's murder drew immediate condemnation from God through Elijah.
1King 21:1 - 19, 2Kings 9:21 - 26
Nahalal, also referred to as Nahallal, was a Levitical city within the tribe of Zebulun's inheritance in the Promised Land.
Joshua 19:15, 21:35
Torrents of God
Nahaliel was one of the many locations where the Israelites camped as they wandered the wilderness for forty years.
A man named Nahor, who lived to the age of 148, was Abraham's grandfather (Genesis 11:23 - 25).
A different Nahor was one of Abraham's brothers. Abraham, five years after the entire family moves to Haran, leaves the city for the land of Canaan. Although Lot and his wife also leave, Nahor and his family decide to stay. Nahor's grandson Laban would later play an important role in the lives of both Isaac and Jacob.
Genesis 11:22 - 29, 22:20 - 23, 24:10 - 47, 29:5, 31:53, 1Chronicles 1:26
Nahum is considered one of the twelve Minor Prophets. He gave prophecies concerning the judgment of Nineveh and offered comforting words to Israel.
Naioth is an area within the city of Ramah where Samuel led a school for prophets (those who could teach God's law).
1Samuel 19:18 - 23, 20:1
My delight, pleasant
Naomi was the mother-in-law of Ruth who wrote the Biblical book of the same name. Naomi wanted to be called Mara since she felt God had dealt harshly with her (Ruth 1:20).
Ruth decides, after Naomi loses her husband and sons, to accompany her to Bethlehem. After Ruth marries Boaz and bears a son named Obed (King David's grandfather), Naomi stays with the new family and nurses the newborn.
Ruth 1:2 - 22, 2:1 - 22, 3:1, 4:3 - 17
Strong's #H5321, #G3508
Naphtali is spelled Nephthalim in the King James New Testament (Matthew 4:13, 15).
Naphtali was the name of Jacob's sixth son (his second through Bilhah) and one of the founders of Israel's twelve tribes. Mount Naphtali was located near Kedesh in the territory given to the tribe as an inheritance in the Promised Land.
Genesis 30:8, 35:25, 46:24, 49:21, Numbers 1:42 - 43, Deuteronomy 33:32, Joshua 20:7, Judges 4:6, 10, 2Kings 15:29
Narcissus is greeted, as well as his entire household in Rome, by the Apostle Paul in the book of Romans.
Strong's #5416, #G3481
Nathan is the name of at least five Old Testament individuals. An Old Testament prophet named Nathan lived during the reigns of Kings David and Solomon. He reproved David for his adultery with Bathsheba (2Samuel 12) and educated Solomon in his youth.
Another man named Nathan, one of David's sons through Bathsheba, is in the genealogy of Jesus' mother Mary (Luke 3:31).
2Samuel 5:14, 7:2 - 17, 12:1 - 25, 23:36, 1Kings 1:8 - 45, 4:5, 1Chronicles 2:36, 3:5, 11:38, 14:4, 17:1 - 15, 29:29, 2Chronicles 9:29, 29:25, Ezra 8:16, 10:39, Psalm 51:1, Zechariah 12:12, Luke 3:31
Gift of God
Nathanael is also called Bartholomew (meaning "son of Tolmai", Strong's #G918) in Matthew 10:3, Mark 3:18, Luke 6:14 and Acts 1:13.
Nathanael was the fifth person called to be a disciple and apostle of Jesus Christ. When God's builds his New Jerusalem, the gemstone that will be an everlasting memorial to Nathanael's efforts will likely be a sardonyx stone.
John 1:45 - 49, 21:2