What does Natalia mean?
Natalia \n(a)-ta-lia\ as a name for girls is of Latin origin, and Natalia means "birthday". Natalia is a form of Natalie (Latin): refers to the birthday of Christ. Natalia is also a variant of Natalya (Latin): Russian name from Natalia which derives from Latin "natšlis" meaning "birthday". See also Talia.
Natalia▲ has 28 more related forms via Natalie, Natalya: Nastassja, Nat, Nata, Natale, Nataleen, Natalene, Natalina, Nataline, Natalja, Natalka, Natalle, Natallia, Natasha▼, Nately, Nathalee, Nathalia▼, Nathaliely, Nathalija, Nathaly▲, Natividad▼, Natka, Nattie, Natty, Nettie▼, Talia▲, Talya, Tasha▼ and Tashie.
Natalia is a very popular first name for women (#909 out of 4276, Top 21%) and a slightly less popular surname for both adults and children (#69731 out of 88799, Top 79%). (2000 U.S. Census)
Presented below is the birth name popularity of Natalia for girls. Natalia entered the list in 1920-1929 and reached its highest position of #94 in the U.S. in 2006, and is at #111 presently. (Top 1000 Baby Names Records, 2014)
Shown below is an analysis of the popularity of Natalia and affiliated names. Natalie (#23 in 2014), Talia (#330), Natasha (#644), Nathalie (#645), Nataly (#744), Nathaly (#781), Natalee (#835), Natalya (#998), Tasha, Nathalia, Natividad and Nettie are the prominent varying forms of Natalia (#111 in 2014). This girl name reached the height of its popularity in 2006 and is somewhat less popular today, with forms such as Nataly, Natalee, Natalya, Natasha and Tasha falling out of style. The trendier birth names here are Talia (#330), Nathaly (#781), Natalie (#23), Natalia (#111) and Nathalie (#645). There is also a rebound in birth name usage for Nathalie. (Top 1000 Baby Names Records, 2014)