Neah was a city given to the tribe of Zebulun as an inheritance in the Promised Land.
New city (town)
Nebaioth was the firstborn son of Ishmael.
1Chronicles 1:29, Isaiah 60:7
Foolish secrecy, hidden folly
Neballat was the name of a Benjamite city resettled by those returning from Babylonian captivity.
May Nebo protect the crown
Nebuchadnezzar is the greatest of all the Babylonian kings. His forty-three year reign (605 to 562 B.C.) is dominated by extending the empire's power as far as possible. Biblically, he is known as the conquerer of Jerusalem who ultimately took Judah's king, Ezekiel, Daniel and many others captive.
In 586 B.C., Nebuchadnezzar destroys Jerusalem and completely burns its temple. God, after the king revels in his own glory and honor, causes him to have the mind of a beast for seven years in order to humble his proud heart (Daniel 4:30 - 34).
2Kings 24:1 - 11, 25:1 - 22, 1Chronicles 6:15, 2Chronicles 36:6 - 13, Ezra 1:7, 2:1, 5:12, 14, 6:5, Nehemiah 7:6, Esther 2:6, etc.
Nebo has given seed
Nebuzaradan was a Babylonian general in King Nebuchadnezzar's army. He supervised the destruction of Jerusalem that included tearing down its wall, royal buildings and the temple. He also managed the removal of the inhabitants, except the poorest, into Babylonian captivity.
Nebuzaradan also captured the temple's High Priest, along with several others, and delivered them to Nebuchadnezzar. The king then had all of them murdered at Riblah in Hamath.
2Kings 25:8 - 20, Jeremiah 39:9 - 13, 40:1 - 10, 43:6, 52:12 - 30
The Babylonians, near the end of King Josiah's reign over Judah, attack the Assyrian stronghold at Carchemish. Egypt's Pharaoh Necho, however, after hearing about the siege, launches a campaign to aid the Assyrians.
Josiah, who favored the Babylonians, tries to stop Necho as he marches through Israel on his way to Carchemish. His attempt fails, however, and he is killed by the Egyptians in 609 B.C.
2Chronicles 35:20, 22, 36:4
Jehovah comforts, consolation of Jah
Nehemiah was a prophet who, as captive of the Persian empire, was given permission to return to Jerusalem and rebuild it (Nehemiah 1 - 2). He became the Governor of Judah and helped Ezra canonize the Old Testament.
Ezra 2:2, Nehemiah 1:1, 3:16, 7:7, 8:9, 10:1, 12:26, 47
Moved by God
Neiel was a city given to the tribe of Asher as an inheritance in the Promised Land.
Nekeb was a city given to the tribe of Naphtali as an inheritance in the Promised Land.
Opening, opened spring
The fountain or water of Nephtoah is one of the boundary markers between the area given to Judah and Benjamin in the Promised Land.
Joshua 15:9, 18:15
Both Nereus and his sister, who lived in Rome, were greeted by the Apostle Paul in the last chapter of Romans.
Garrison, pillar, station
Nezib was a city given to the tribe of Judah as an inheritance in the Promised Land.
Nibshan was a city given to the tribe of Judah as an inheritance in the Promised Land.
Nicanor was one of the first seven leaders chosen by the early New Testament church.