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Correct spelling: naomi

Definition of naomi:

  1. the mother- in- law of Ruth whose story is told in the Book of Ruth in the Old Testament

Common misspellings for naomi:

  • namoi (44%)
  • naiomi (22%)
  • shonda (22%)
  • nia (11%)
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Naomi \na(o)-mi\

Naomi as a girl's name is pronounced nay-OH-mee. It is of Hebrew origin, and the meaning of Naomi is "pleasant". Biblical: an ancestress of Jesus and mother-in-law to Ruth, who after her sons died, said, "Do not call me Naomi, call me Mara, for the Almighty has dealt very bitterly with me". The name came into English-speaking use in the 18th century. Noemi (no-AY-mee) is the Spanish form. Actress Naomi Watts.
Nioma, Naama, Naima.
Noemie, Naoma, Naomia, Naomie, Nayomi, Navit, Neoma, Neomi, Noami, Noemi.

Examples of usage for naomi:

  1. Naomi said, " Go, my daughter," and she went. "Child's Story of the Bible" , Mary A. Lathbury.
  2. When Ruth went home Naomi said, " Where hast thou gleaned to- day?" "Child's Story of the Bible" , Mary A. Lathbury.
  3. Then Naomi blessed Boaz, and told Ruth that he was one of their near relatives. "Child's Story of the Bible" , Mary A. Lathbury.