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Gender: female
Pronunciation: NAT - a - lee, NAD-a-lee
Meaning: Christmas Day
Related Names: Natalia, Natalie, Nathalia, Nat, Natty, Nattie

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Rank in 2000s: 0 0

Name: natasha Origin: Latin,,, [[Origin::origin:Russian]], [[Category:origin:Russian Names]], [[Category:origin:Russian Given Names]] Meaning (no case): christmas day




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ORIGIN AND HISTORY

Children born on Christmas day in the Latin world were often called "Natalia" to emphasize their relationship to the holiest of days. It originates from the later Latin period. The development of the name Natalia into the modern day Natalie is believed to have taken place in France at around the time of the renaissance. However, local folklore in Italy and France claim that a medieval Mother would name her child Natalie if she believed that her child was going to grow up to be beautiful.

POPULARITY

FACTS

NAMESAKES

FAMOUS PEOPLE

  • Natasha (singer), pop/R&B singer
  • Natasha Aguilar, Costa Rican freestyle swimmer
  • Natasha Arthy, Danish director and producer
  • Natasha Bedingfield, British singer
  • Natasha Beaumont, actress born in Kuala Lumpur
  • Natasha Chokljat, Australian netball player
  • Natasha Collins, British actress & model
  • Natasha Demkina, Russian girl who claimed to possess paranormal vision
  • Natasha Desborough, radio presenter
  • Natasha Stott Despoja, Australian politician
  • Natasha Eloi, Canadian television personality and videographer
  • Natasha Fatah, Canadian Journalist
  • Natasha Nic Gairbheith, former Miss Ireland
  • Natasha Galkina, America's Next Top Model, Cycle 8 Runner Up
  • Natasha Gregson Wagner, American actress
  • Natasha Hamilton, British singer
  • Natasha Henstridge, Canadian film actress
  • Natasha Kaiser, American athlete
  • Natasha Klauss, Columbian actress
  • Natasha Kuchiki, American pairs figure skater
  • Natasha Lee, Australian actress born on the 19th of September, 1986
  • Natasha Little, British actress
  • Natasha Melnick, American television and film actress
  • Natasha Poly, a Russian top model
  • Natasha Pyne, British actress
  • Natasha Richardson, Tony Award-winning English actress and member of the Redgrave family
  • Natasha Shneider, Russian musician
  • Natasha Watley, American softball player
  • Natasha Wightman, British actress
  • Natasha Yi, model and actress who gained national prominence in 1999
  • Natasha Zlobina, Uzbekistan actress & model
  • Natasha Zvereva, Belarusian tennis player

OTHER NATASHA'S

Natasha Hastings, Natasha Smith, Natasha Johnson, Natasha Williams, Natasha Jones, Natasha Brown, Natasha Davis, Natasha Miller, Natasha Wilson, Natasha Moore, Natasha Taylor, Natasha Aanetsen, Natasha Aaron, Natasha Aarons, Natasha Aasadore, Natasha Aasgaarden, Natasha Ab, Natasha Abadia, Natasha Abara, Natasha Abass-holder, Natasha Abbas, Natasha Abbington, Natasha Abbott, Natasha Abdelhalim, Natasha Abdi, Natasha Abdin, Natasha Abdool, Natasha Abdullah, Natasha Abel, Natasha Abels, Natasha Abernathy, Natasha Abruzzo, Natasha Ashtari, Natasha Ballard, Natasha Abdul, Natasha Abramovich, Natasha Bakhos, Natasha Abrishami, Natasha Abadilla, Natasha Abad, Natasha Abeyta, Natasha Abing, Natasha Abitia, Natasha Ablakatof, Natasha Able, Natasha Abner, Natasha Abney, Natasha Abraham, Natasha Abrahams, Natasha Abrahim, More results

Facts about NatashaRDF feed
Gender female  +
Length 7  +
Meaning Christmas Day  +
Meaningnc christmas day  +
Name natasha  +
Origin Latin  +
Popularity 0  +
Pronunciation NAT - a - lee, NAD-a-lee  +
Rank in 2000s 0  +
Related Natalia  +, Natalie  +, Nathalia  +, Nat  +, Natty  +, and Nattie  +
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