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September 2nd, 2013 02:15 AM #1Senior Member
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Common Natalia - Lords bday or just bday?
Is Natalia really that common, esp amongst all the little natashas, & natalies?
Also does it really mean lords birthday & better for holidy use or does it just mean birthday or something else?
September 2nd, 2013 02:25 AM #3
Well it is quite common in places like Poland, Chile & Spain. I wouldn't say it is common in the US/UK but it is relatively popular. As for the meaning Natalia is a variant of Natalie so it means "Christmas Day" from Latin natale domini. That does not necessarily mean the name should only be used for someone born around that time. I doubt many people know the meaning, and even if they did it isn't as stigmatised as Rudolph or Nazareth.Ingrid | Kit | Esclarmonde | Alistair | Susanna | Emun
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September 2nd, 2013 03:47 AM #7Senior Member
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