Used: French, English, Slavic
Pronounced: nat-a-LEE (French), NAD-a-lee (English)
Meaning: From the Late Latin name Natalia, which meant "Christmas Day" from Latin natale domini.
Shrewd, generous, tactful. A veritable Peace-maker, who seems more concerned with the happiness of others than with her own.
Natala, Nataly, Natalee (English),
Nataleigh, Natale (Italian), Natalia (Hungarian, Portuguese), Natalina, Nathalia
(Poruguese), Natalja (Serbian, Croatian, Slovene, Latvian), Natalya (Russian),
Natasha (Russian), Natashi, Natashia, Natasa (Serbian, Croatian, Slovene),
Nataline, Natosha, Natassia, Natividad, Nathalie (French), Natalka (Ukrainian),
Latasha (English Modern).
Tasha (Russian), Tosha, Tosh, Tallie,
Talia, Nattie, Netty, Natty, Tally, Talia, Talya (Russian).
Male Name: Natalio (Spanish)