Name Naseeba - meaning, origin, popularity 

Naseeba name meaning

What does Naseeba mean?

Gender: Girl
Origin: Arabic
Usage: Arabic
Meaning: Luck, Share, Noble and Highborn
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Naseeba means Luck, Share, Noble or Highborn is a girl name especially used in Arabic has origin in Arabic. Naseeba is variant form of Nasiba. Meaning of Nasiba is Share, Highborn and Luck has its origin in Arabic is mainly used in Arabic.

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How popular is the name Naseeba?

Naseeba is a rare baby name in England and Wales where it may not be used now. But Naseeba is a popular baby name in Pakistan where every 1 in 30000 have the name. As per our research, over 10000 people has been named Naseeba globally, concentrated mainly in Islamic countries.


Numerological analysis of Naseeba

You are a walking motivation and inspire people to take control over their lives and make the best of themselves. Become best at what you do for a living. You are your own person who likes to live on the edge. You have a hard time staying in one place for too long because you like to travel and believe that life isn't meant for living in one place only. You are hard to figure. Express your anger in order to clean your soul from the negative energy.

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