Nazarene meaning and origin
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Popularity of Nazarene
Nazarene is an uncommon baby name in still in use in United States. Nazarene is a rare baby name in England and Wales where it may not be used now. Also, Nazarene is a familiar name in Philippines. As per our evaluation, over 300 people has been named Nazarene globally.
Numerological analysis of Nazarene
You are a hard candy when it comes to romantic relationships. As every person has its flaws, you are not an exception. You have a sharp focus and nothing slips your eye. You respond to occurrences in an unusual, impulsive but also creative way. You are a child of change. You would be perfect in the film industry, music industry, writing columns for an influential paper or website or work in a shelter for homeless people or animals.
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- ZamanShah - The boy name ZamanShah is mainly used in Arabic, ZamanShah means "King of the Sage"
- Dayim - The boy name Dayim means "Perpetual, Everlasting or For" is used in Arabic
Namesakes of Nazarene
We could not find any notable namesake.