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I'm Sorry... I Need an N name desperately!

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  • D-quine TS
    started a topic I'm Sorry... I Need an N name desperately!

    I'm Sorry... I Need an N name desperately!

    I am in desperate search of N names for a filly. N names are hard! I would really like to call her Nyx, but I feel like that's not enough for a registered name. Nyx was the Greek goddess of night, so sticking with that theme would be cool but not required.

    Thank you to anyone who is willing to help end my suffering

  • Equibrit
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    Nos Da is Welsh for good night.

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  • Mukluk
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    Namaste

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  • Gil's Girl
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    Nicandra?

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  • Rackonteur
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    N-Sight
    N-sightful
    N-cisive
    N-flight -- in an O/F class: And now in Ring 1 we have OP riding N-fight.
    N-Ovation


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  • Mukluk
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    Noodle Girl


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  • AllOverFarm
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    Nina..... it’s simple & Feminine .

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  • Tyrus' Mom
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    Nirvana

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  • D-quine TS
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    I am so stoked with all the names! I'm going with Nyx as a barn name. Seeing as Nyx was not actually evil (having never done anything worse than Zeus) she just had immense power, which I think is great for a horse's name.

    I thought I had decided on Nyx Noctu, and then I threw a curve ball into my own plan by realizing I could use IN words and just use N- like N-sync So now more pondering will be done.

    Gotta say, I'm surprised no one suggested Naked or should I say Neigh-ked, and then at a show it would be announced as "John Doe riding Naked"

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  • dani0303
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    Nostalgia
    Nostalgic

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  • Rackonteur
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    Nokomis

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  • Haylter
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    Nyx of Time....

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  • MissCoco
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    Originally posted by findeight View Post
    Have heard Onyx as Honks and...wait for it....Oinks. Plus those horses picked up the unfotunate barn name of Ox with all but the owners.
    Whoops! hehe it's great to have experienced horse people on this board . . . sometimes for reasons entirely unrelated to horsemanship and riding!

    How about Niagara for a Canadian place name? I do like that idea
    Niagara Flies perhaps?

    Though typing out Niagara makes me realized it could _also_ be prone to mispronunciation, seems well known enough to me, but I grew up near Canada.

    I do like Nyx as a barn name though, I think it's cute and concise!

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  • kenyarider
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    Nanyuki, Ngong, Nairobi, . . . .

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  • Lord Helpus
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    Go to the Jockey Club web site. They have a naming section (Since TB names cannot be reused for about 10 years, it is easier to look up a name than submit and get rejected.

    I know that part doesn't pertain to you, but under each letter in the alphabet, there can be 100's of names. That's where I always start

    Personally. I think that Nacona ids a very pretty name. --- I always start with The first letter I need (here you want an "N", followed by an "a"). That takes you all the way through the N names.

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  • D-quine TS
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    Originally posted by Rackonteur View Post

    Is this your mare's sire? --
    https://horse-canada.com/stallions-d...y/nirvana-rph/

    If so, then we are talking Canadian Warmbloods, yes? And BTW, that "Pik Kasso mare" has a name, just like you are looking for one for yours.

    So what about --

    Nanaimo

    And some more Canadian place names beginning with N:
    http://www.fallingrain.com/world/CA/a/N/

    And ...

    "Faith Is a Nanooka"
    http://www.abyssapexzine.com/2014/12...-is-a-nanooka/
    Yes, that is her sire. I'm well aware that Patina had a name, she was also the sweetest mare and made the BEST babies.

    I hate Nanaimo the place, but the dessert is one of my favs!

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  • Bristol Bay
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    Go with Nyx, barn name Stevie.

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  • Zu Zu
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    “NICE”

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  • findeight
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    Have heard Onyx as Honks and...wait for it....Oinks. Plus those horses picked up the unfotunate barn name of Ox with all but the owners. Probably been 3 or 4 named Onyx over the years, all geldings. Not good name for a pretty mare. If you are going to pick a gemstone, mares get Opal, Emerald, Sapphire etc...

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  • Rackonteur
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    Originally posted by D-quine TS View Post

    Filly is Bay with a wide star, strip, wide snip face and hind socks. Parents are Nirvana (Novalis x Pik Kasso mare) and Viva (Vulcaan x Fogerty mare)
    Is this your mare's sire? --
    https://horse-canada.com/stallions-d...y/nirvana-rph/

    If so, then we are talking Canadian Warmbloods, yes? And BTW, that "Pik Kasso mare" has a name, just like you are looking for one for yours.

    So what about --

    Nanaimo

    And some more Canadian place names beginning with N:
    http://www.fallingrain.com/world/CA/a/N/

    And ...

    "Faith Is a Nanooka"
    http://www.abyssapexzine.com/2014/12...-is-a-nanooka/

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