Gender of Noemie.
Noemie is a name usually given to females.
In a sample of all names from the US Census during the years 1890 to 2006, all of the children named Noemie were girls.
Even though Noemie is female, why is it sometimes used for boys? Often a name is taken from a neutral concept with no implied gender. Sometimes the name can be derived from two different sources, one male and one female. Names sometimes change gender over time!
Meanings of the name Noemie.
The following meaning is associated with the name Noemie:
Closely related variants of the name Noemie have the following meanings:
Origins of Noemie.
One origin of Noemie is French.
The origins of names associated with Noemie are: Spanish, Hebrew and Biblical.
Names related to Noemie.
Lucky numbers for Noemie.
The numerological number for the name Noemie is 9.
Some two digit lucky numbers for Noemie are: 18 27 36 45 54 63 72 81 90 99.
What does this mean? If you believe in numbers having mystical powers, it could be something very important. You could look for a spouse with the same numerological number and choose your house or the date of an important even based on it. For most of us it is just a bit of fun. See if you have the same numerological number as any special person in your life.
How do you work out your numerological number? You use a special alphabet which gives a value to each of letters and then add the values of the letters in your name. You can see excactly how we calculated nine as the lucky number for Noemie here: Calculating lucky numbers for Noemie.
Popularity of Noemie.
Noemie was most popular in the year 1889, where it was at position nine hundred and forty-one for the whole of the USA.
The most popular decade for the name Noemie was from 1880 to 1889.
The last time that the name was in the top 1000 names in the USA census data was in 1889, where it was at position nine hundred and forty-one.
There is one Physicist called Noemie.
- Noemie Benczer Koller
Noemie Benczer Koller (born 1933) is a nuclear physicist. She was the first tenured female professor of Rutgers College.... (extract from the wikipedia article on Noemie Benczer Koller)