Boy Names that Contain "nri"

"nri" names are uncommon as baby girl names. Their usage peaked modestly in 1903 with 0.162% of baby girls being given "nri" names. Within the top 1000 baby names then, there were 2 "nri" names. The names have substantially slipped in popularity since then, and are currently of sporadic use.

house owner, lord of the manor ... language of origin is Germanic, and it is used ... variation of Henrietta ...
house owner, lord of the manor ... mainly used in the Italian language ... variant form of Henrietta ...
ruler ... has its origins in the Spanish language ... not regularly used as a baby name for ...
house owner, lord of the manor ... a Romanian name of Germanic origin ... variant transcription of Harriet ...
ever ruling, lone ruler, island ...The origin of Enrika is Old Norse ... variant of Erica ...
house owner, lord of the manor ... used predominantly in Spanish and it ... variation of Henrietta ...
house owner, lord of the manor ... has its origins in the Germanic ... variant transcription of Harriet ...
house owner, lord of the manor ... language of origin is Germanic and it is ... form of Harriet ...
house owner, lord of the manor ... derived from Germanic origins ... form of Henrietta ...
house owner, lord of the manor ... has its origins in the Germanic ... variant transcription of Harriet ...
house owner, lord of the manor ... has its origins in the Germanic ... variant of Harriet ...
house owner, lord of the manor ... language of origin is Germanic and it is ... form of Henrietta ...
house owner, lord of the manor ... mainly used in English and it is of ... variant of Henrietta ...
house owner, lord of the manor ... has its origins in the Germanic language ... shortening of Henrietta ...
house owner, lord of the manor ... of Germanic origin and it is used ... form of Henrietta ...
house owner, lord of the manor ... origin is Germanic ... derivative of Henrietta ... a rare baby girl name ...
house owner, lord of the manor ... of Germanic origin and it is used ... variant transcription of Henrietta ...
house owner, lord of the manor ... of Germanic origin and it is used ... variant form of Harriet ...
house owner, lord of the manor ... used mostly in Latvian and it is of ... derivative of Harriet ...
house owner, lord of the manor ... of Germanic origin ... used mainly in English and German ...
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