Other Origin(s):Hebrew
Meaning:New moon; Pleasantness
Just as the moon has two faces, feminine Nioma has two origins for your little moonbeam to get on board with. As a Greek name, Nioma is a form of Neoma and embodies the meaning of “new moon.” Nioma’s Hebrew origins link it to Naomi, bearing the lighthearted definition of “pleasantness.” We experience up to 13 new moons a year—a cosmic event said to provide potent energy for setting intentions and manifesting desires. Regardless if baby’s birth happens to fall on a new moon, mark this magical milestone with an enchanting name like Nioma.
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