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Nineveh

Pronunciation:  nin-i-vu
nin - rhymes with sin
i - as in 'it' without 't'
vu - rhymes with duh
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Pronunciation:  n ih n ih v uh

n ih n ih v uh
no it no it very up
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Pronunciation:  This is an assyrian name (my daughters best friend is named nineveh) and its pronounced nin-ah-way
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Pronunciation:  Ni-ne-veh

Nih-NEE-vay

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Nih-NEE-vuh
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Type of Name:  First name
Gender:  Female
Origin:  Hebrew/English
Alternate Spelling(s):  Nyneve, Nynaeve
Meaning:  Spirit of the River/Lady of the Lake
Additional Information:  Nineveh has two meanings. The name is first mentioned in Genesis 10:11: "Ashur left that land, and built Nineveh". In relation to the bible, Nineveh was home to the king of Assyria. To this day, oriental churches of the Middle East commemorate the three days Jonah spent inside the fish during the Fast of Nineveh.


Nineveh is also considered the Lady of the Lake, ruler of Avalon in the Arthurian legend. She plays a pivotal role in many stories, including giving King Arthur his sword Excalibur. Her name is often tied to water and lakes, and the meaning of her name relates to being the spirit of the lake she resides in.
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Pronunciation:  N ih n ee v uh

N ih n ee v uh
no it no see very up
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Type of Name:  First name
Gender:  Female
Origin:  Hebrew/English
Alternate Spelling(s):  Nyneve, Nynaeve
Meaning:  Spirit of the River/Lady of the Lake
Additional Information:  Nineveh has two meanings. The name is first mentioned in Genesis 10:11: "Ashur left that land, and built Nineveh". In relation to the bible, Nineveh was home to the king of Assyria. To this day, oriental churches of the Middle East commemorate the three days Jonah spent inside the fish during the Fast of Nineveh.


Nineveh is also considered the Lady of the Lake, ruler of Avalon in the Arthurian legend. She plays a pivotal role in many stories, including giving King Arthur his sword Excalibur. Her name is often tied to water and lakes, and the meaning of her name relates to being the spirit of the lake she resides in.
Submitted from:  Colorado

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Pronunciation:  nin-e-veh
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