The names “Ness” and “-ness” have meanings in more than one language.
-ness in Old English
a native English suffix attached to adjectives and participles, forming abstract nouns denoting quality and state (and often, by extension, something exemplifying a quality or state): darkness; goodness; kindness; obligingness; preparedness.
Middle English, Old English -nes, -nis, cognate with German -nis, Gothic -( n ) assus; suffix orig. *-assus; -n- by false division of words with adj. and past participle stems ending in -n-; compare Old English efnes (later efen-nys ) evenness
Ness in Hebrew
English Name: Ness
Hebrew Name: נֵס
1. Miracle, Magic, Wonder.
2. Flag, Pennant.
Numerological Value: 2
Numerological Analysis: Represents people who are peacemakers, sensitive, love to please, they hate arguments, tend to mediate complex and sensitive situations. Diplomats, with high intuition. Need love, warmth and touch. Quiet and friendly.