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Neoma is a unique baby name, representative of both the stars and the Bible. It could be an alternate form of Naomi or an ancient Greek name that means “new moon.” Despite the origins, however, Neoma is only a top 13,000 option for girls.

Meaning of the name Neoma:

Greek: new moon
Hebrew: pleasantness

Origin of the name Neoma:

The baby name Neoma is the Latin version of the Hebrew Naomi. Naomi comes from the ancient Hebrew spelling Na'omi, and the first individual with the name was the mother of Ruth. In Greece, however, it is an ancient name that comes from the words “neo” and “mene.”

Symbolism of the name Neoma:

The baby name Neoma means “pleasantness” in Hebrew if it comes from the name Naomi. The two have the same meanings. In Greek, however, the word “neo” means “new,” and “mene” means “moon.”

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Gender of the name Neoma:

Neoma is a unique name for girls.

Pronunciation of the name Neoma:


Number of syllables in the name Neoma:


Emotion evoked from the name Neoma:

Neoma feels quirky and kind. It is a very different name, but it has a certain refinement.

Alternative spellings for the name Neoma:

  • Naoma
  • Neeoma
  • Neioma
  • Neyoma
  • Nyoma

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Popularity of the name Neoma:

Neoma was a top 1,000 name in America until 1939 when it was ranked number 993. The name did best in 1924 at rank 712. It never crossed over the top 700 list. As of this year, Neoma is ranked number 12,460.

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Famous people with the name Neoma:

There are no famous people with the baby name Neoma.

Neomas in popular culture:

  • Neoma (character from “Light of the Moon”)