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Nashua Drive - Nashua New Hampshire’s name also appears on Nashua Drive, located at the heart of the city.

Nashua Mall Street - Nashua Mall Street is named after a shopping center in Nashua, near Gusabel Drive. The mall bears the name of the city of Nashua New Hampshire.

Nashville Street - Nashville Street was named for a neighboring town Nashville that existed as early as 1800. Originally, Dunstable encompassed this town as well as Nashua.

Natick Street - Natick Street was named after the township of Natick in Massachusetts.

The town (population 30,510) is located in Middlesex County and is a residential and industrial suburb of Boston, on Lake Cochituate. It was founded as a Native American village by John Eliot in 1651 and settled by colonial Americans in 1718. Natick is a major retailing center. Manufactures include electronic components, computer software, medical equipment, clocks, and machine parts. There is also an U.S. army research facility.

National Street - The developer responsible for naming National Street chose the name to show pride in the city and love for the United States.

Navaho Street - Navaho Street was named after the Navaho Indian tribe which was sent west during the colonization period. The remaining members of the tribe live on Indian Reservations. They were native North Americans whose language belongs to the Athabascan branch of the Nadene linguistic stock. A migration from the North to the Southwest area is thought to have occurred in the past because of an affiliation with N Athabascan speakers; the Navajo settled among the Pueblo and also assimilated with the Shoshone and the Yuma both physically and culturally while remaining a distinct social group.

Nelson Street - Nelson Street was named after an early resident of Dunstable, Jeremiah Nelson.

Neptune Lane - Neptune Lane was named after the planet, but the original name of the planet came from the Greek god of the ocean. Neptune is the eighth planet from the sun, and the outermost gas giant in our solar system. It is fourth largest by diameter and third largest by mass. Due to Pluto's eccentric orbit, Neptune is sometimes the furthest planet from the Sunday Neptune is named after the Roman god of the sea. Its symbol is a stylized representation of the god's trident (Unicode: ♆). Neptune has been visited by only one spacecraft, Voyager 2, which flew by the planet on August 25, 1989.

Nevada Street - Nevada Street was named after the U.S. state Nevada which was the 36th state as of 1864. Located in the west, it was part of the area ceded by Mexico to the United States in 1848 and became a separate territory in 1861 after an influx of settlers drawn by the discovery (1859) of the Comstock Lode. Carson City is the capital and Las Vegas the largest city. Today, its population is 2,330,000.

New Street - This is one of the new streets in Nashua

New Haven Drive - New Haven Drive was named after New Haven University, a college abundant in arts and sciences. The college was named after the township in Connecticut, which has grown into the second largest city in the state. New Haven was is a city of southern Connecticut on Long Island Sound northeast of Bridgeport. Settled 1637-1638 by Puritans, it was the center of a theocratic colony that was joined with Connecticut in 1664. From 1701 to 1875 it was joint capital with Hartford. New Haven is the seat of Yale University, founded in 1701. Its population today is 124,000.

Newberry Street - The name of Newberry Street originated either from Newberry, England and Newberry Port, Massachusetts. Newbury Port, Massachusetts is a town located in Essex County, Massachusetts. As of the 2000 census, the town had a total population of 6,717. Newbury was first settled in 1635 and was officially incorporated that same year.

Newburgh Street - The Newburgh family where settlers in New Dunstable, which later became, Nashua, NH. As pioneers in Nashua, the street was named in their honor.

New Castle Drive - New Castle England, which was the inspiration for New Castle Drive, is an ancient township in the UK that has become very popular and increased to an ever growing city. It is located in a borough of northeast England on the Tyne River north of Leeds. Built on the site of a Roman military station, it became a coal-shipping port in the 13th century and was the principal center for coal exports after the 16th century. Its prominence in the trade gave rise to the expression to carry coals to Newcastle, meaning “to do something superfluous or unnecessary.” Today, its population is 192,000.

New Dunstable Road - New Dunstable Road is named for the town New Dunstable NH which later became the city of Nashua, New Hampshire.

New Hampshire Avenue - New Hampshire Avenue was named for the State of New Hampshire. New Hampshire, also known as the Granite State, was the 9th state to ratify the Constitution on June 21, 1788. The Old Man of the Mountain was a well-known landmark in New Hampshire until it fell down.

Newman Drive - The street was given its name after Doctor Newman stated that the "Church History is the narration of all that is known of the founding and the development of the kingdom of Christ on earth." The embodiment of Church History is not only a mere record of organizations which represent the Christian life, but the record of the Christian religion itself from its point of commencement to any present era. This helped clarify aspects of the Christian faith which was the dominate religion at the time.

New Searles Road - New Searles Road was named after the township New Searles. It is home to a deaf college working with deaf children.

Newton Drive - Newton Drive was named after Newton, MA, which was settled in 1630 as part of Watertown. It became a separate town known as Cambridge Village in 1688 and was renamed Newtown in 1691 and finally Newton in 1766. It became an official city in 1873. It is a city (1990 pop. 82,585) located in Middlesex co., E Mass., a suburb of Boston on the Charles River. It comprises 14 residential villages. Industries include publishing and the manufacture of chemicals, precision instruments, and computers. Newton is known as a regional education center. The city is the seat of Andover Newton Theological School, Mount Ida College, Pine Manor College, and a campus of Boston College. Horace Mann, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Mary Baker Eddy, and Samuel Francis Smith lived in Newton.

Nightingale Road - A nightingale is a bird and Nightingale Road is one of several streets to be named after common birds. It is the common name for a migratory Old World bird of the family Turdidae (throughsh family), celebrated for its vocal powers. The common nightingale of England and Western Europe, Luscinia megarhynchos, is about 61/2 in. (16.3 cm) long, reddish-brown above and grayish-white below. It winters in Africa and reaches England about mid-April. Its famous song is delivered only by the male during the breeding season, at any time of day or night. A larger species is found in Eastern Europe. The bulbul, a prodigious songster of Persian literature, was once thought to be a nightingale but has been identified with another family; the Virginia nightingale is a grosbeak; and the Pekin, or Japanese, nightingale belongs to the babbler family. Nightingales are classified in the phylum Chordata, subphylum Vertebrata, class Aves, and order Passeriformes, family Turdidae.

Niquette Drive - Niquette Drive was named after a German family that immigrated to Nashua.

Notre Dame Street - One of the streets in the college district of Nashua, Notre Dame Street, was named for Notre Dame College, Indiana. Notre Dame College was named after the French Cathedral Notre Dame in Paris, France. The University of Notre Dame is a Roman Catholic institution of higher learning located adjacent to South Bend, Indiana, USA. Notre Dame's picturesque campus sits on 1,250 acres (5 km²) containing two lakes and 136 buildings.

Nottingham Drive/Street
- Nottingham Drive was named after the castle Nottingham in the Robin Hood fairy tale. It is in the Sherwood district and is nearby to other streets with a similar name. The location near a woods also seems to parallel the story of Robin Hood.

Nova Road - The scientific anomaly Nova occurs and causes stars to form in the universe. Thus, Nova Road was named these stars that suddenly become much brighter and then gradually return to their original brightness over a period of weeks to years.

Nowell Street - Nowell Street is a common last name to Nashua.

Nutmeg Drive - Nutmeg Drive was named after the cooking spice nutmeg and is one of several streets to be named after seasonings. Nutmeg oil has rich, spicy, sweet, woody scent similar to the cooking spice, but richer and more fragrant. It is often used in the aromatherapy treatment of arthritis, constipation, fatigue, muscle aches, nausea, neuralgia, poor circulation, rheumatism, and slow digestion.

Nye Avenue - Nye Avenue was named after the Nye family that lived in New Dunstable. Many of the ancestors continued to reside in the area, but others branched out to other regions in New England.