Meaning : Painted, Inconstant, Painted, inconstant,

Origin : Biblical, Hebrew,

Pronunciation : nee-KO-də (English)  ,

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Nekoda Expression, Nekoda Soul Urge, Nekoda Inner Dream


Numerology information Nekoda:

numerologyName Number: 5 Meaning: Motion, Change, Freedom, Diversity, Liberty, Choice, Interest, Search, Risk, Danger, Fear


Additional information Nekoda:

additionalBiblical Meaning: The name Nekoda is a Biblical baby name. In Biblical the meaning of the name Nekoda is: Painted, inconstant.

additionalMeans "marked" in Hebrew. In the Old Testament this is the name of the head of a family of temple servants.


Definition funny of Nekoda:

urbanAnother word for an Xbox fan boy.

urbanFor instance, "The system is terrible but he keeps talking about how awesome it is and won't listen to reason, He's such a Nekoda". Nekoda's usually exhibit a complete disregard for logic and common sense. Will attach to objects with an irrational loyalty. Generally, one should stay away from Nekoda's as their lack of reasoning skills makes them a danger to society as a whole.


Expression information Nekoda:

expressionPeople with this name are excited by change, adventure, and excitement. They are dynamic, visionary and versatile, able to make constructive use of freedom. They fight being restricted by rules and conventions. They tend to be optomistic, energetic, intelligent, and to make friends easily. They may be changeable, restless, untidy, and rebellious.


Soul information Nekoda:

soulPeople with this name have a deep inner desire to create and express themselves, often in public speaking, acting, writing or singing. They also yearn to have beauty around them in their home and work environment.


Books about Nekoda:

booksNekodas (German Edition) by Maria Lenzen (Aug 13, 2013)


Wiki information Nekoda:

Katsutoshi Nekoda
Olympic athlete, Person, Athlete, Measured person, Deceased Person

Katsutoshi Nekoda was a Japanese volleyball player. He was the member of the Japanese Men's National Volleyball team as a setter. He retired in 1980, and died of stomach cancer in 1983.

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