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Gender: Female Meaning of Natalia: "birthday [of the Lord]" Origin of Natalia: Latin Natalia's Popularity in 2018: #114

Natalia Origin and Meaning

The name Natalia is a girl's name of Russian origin meaning "birthday [of the Lord]".

Natalia was derived from the Latin word natalis, meaning “birthday.” It refers to the birthday of Jesus Christ, and thus originated as a name for girls born on Christmas Day. Related forms include the French Natalie, Portuguese Natalina, and Russian diminutive Natasha.

More exotic that Natalie, more unusual than Natasha and heard frequently in Spain, Portugal, and the Slavic countries, this is a distinctive, strong but feminine member of the Natalie/Natasha family, with the appealing short form Talia.

Like her cousins, Natalia is a name often given to girls born around Christmas.

Natalie Wood was born Natalia. Other namesakes include renowned Russian-born prima ballerina Natalia Makarova and supermodel Natalia Vodianova.

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Popularity

Rank in US: #114

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Pop Culture References for the name Natalia

Natasha, Talia, Natalie, Tasha, Nataschenka, Natascha, Nataleea, Tusya, Tasya, Nattie, Natalya, Nat, Tata

Natalia's International Variations

Natella, Talya, Nata, Nataly, Nataliya (Russian) Natalina, Nathalia, Natividad, Navidad (Spanish)

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