Positive words that begin with the letter "N" include "nice," "noble," "nurture," "nirvana" and "neat." In some contexts, words such as "natural," "nifty" and "needed" also portray a positive light. In other contexts, many of these words have negative or neutral connotations.
When referring to a person, "nice" means kind, polite or friendly. When referring to other objects, events or settings, "nice" means possessing good qualities or providing a pleasant sense of joy or contentment.
As an adjective used to describe people, "noble" means having virtuous personal qualities, such as honesty or grace. Used as a noun, "noble" refers to someone of the highest social class; in this context, the word may bear a positive, negative or neutral meaning.
"Nurture" and "nurturing" refer to a person or environment that provides protection, support and education to people, animals or ideas. References to a nurturing personality reflect traits generally held as positive, especially for parents and teachers.
"Nirvana," which originates from more structured usage in Buddhism and Hinduism, refers to a state of existence free from pain and worry. Positive uses of the word include references to situations or environments that cultivate feelings of nirvana.
"Neat" means tidy and orderly. It can also mean wonderful or fine.