Nezha (哪吒) is a protection deity in Chinese folk religion. His official Taoist name is "Marshal of the Central Altar" . He was then given the title "Third Lotus Prince" after he became a deity.
Nezha is a protection deity in Chinese folk religion.
Nezha may also refer to:
- Nezha (given name), a feminine given name of Arabic origin, meaning virtuousness or a promenade
- Nezha (film), a 2014 Chinese film
Nezha is a feminine given name of Arabic origin, often used in the Maghreb. Different forms and spellings exist : Naziha, Nazeeha, Neziha, Nouzha, Nazha, Nezihat, Nuzhat, Nuzhah etc... The origin of this name is نزه and نزاهة, which mean honesty, virtuousness, righteousness, moral excellence and integrity. It may also refer to innocence, chastity and purity. When it is pronounced Nuzha, Nozha or Nouzha, it means a promenade, a pleasant walk in a garden or any floral environment.
Nezha is a 2014 Chinese period drama film directed by Li Xiaofeng, in his directorial debut. It was released on July 11, 2015.