N O E L
(Origin French) Christmas; a name given probably to a child born at that time.
N O L L
German: from a short form of any various medevil personal names derived from Germanic personal names ending in -n + wald 'rule', ex. Arnold and Reinwald.
South German: nickname for arotund or naive person, from Middle High German nol 'hillock', 'knoll'.
Jewish: uncertain origin; perhaps occupational from Yiddish nol 'awl'.
N O R R I S
Norroy, or north-king; a title given, in England, to the king-at-arms. Norrie, French, a foster child.
Anatomy of the " N " Surnames
Origin - Meanings of Surnames beginning with " N "
McBride - Bumpus Genealogy