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Nada

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Gender: Female Meaning of Nada: "dew at sunrise" Origin of Nada: Arabic

The name Nada is a girl's name of Arabic, Russian origin meaning "dew at sunrise". Nada and discussed in our forums with posts like "{girls} love/like/lose: alt. version".

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Since it's also Spanish for "nothing," this name wouldn't be great for a girl's self-esteem.

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Nadda, Nadya

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TechnoKitten Says:

2019-01-27T11:09:15

In slavic countries,Nada means Hope and is also a name.

Hawa Says:

2017-04-22T06:54:04

I feel that this website is mainly aimed at Americans from reading descriptions of names because this name is so beautiful you would only be so ethnocentric to think this would only mean 'nothing' in spanish. I think it's fairer to leave the descriptions of names neutral instead of pushing opinions on how names would work in western society. It should be up to the reader with what they think of the name or what they want to do with them.

RoddyThlayli Says:

2017-03-09T22:13:36

Makes me think of The Sandman.

ElenaCroatia Says:

2017-03-09T21:45:00

I was just about to comment this :)
You took the words out of my mouth

raevynstar Says:

2015-06-08T20:13:18

I know that now, but back when I wrote that comment, I was still on really basic Spanish. Thanks anyway. I really should edit that comment. :)

mother_dragons Says:

2015-06-07T15:04:50

"Nada" actually means "nothing"

malloree Says:

2015-06-07T14:50:09

Actually, it is also a Slavic name which means "Hope".

mabespark Says:

2014-08-31T21:32:18

Nada. Zip. Zilch.

raevynstar Says:

2014-05-12T22:48:55

"De nada" means "no problem" in Spanish, but there is a problem if you use this...