What does Natosha mean?
Natosha [na-to-sha] as a girls' name. Natosha's name origins are American and Latin, and the meaning of Natosha is "birthday". Natosha is an alternate spelling of Na- (American). Natosha is also a form of Natasha (Latin): Russian pet variation of Natalya.
(female) Natola, Natosa, ..
(male) Natona, Natoshai, ..
How popular is Natosha?
Natosha is a somewhat popular first name for women (#2535 out of 4276, Top 59%) but a unique surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Charted below is the baby name history of Natosha for girls. Natosha was first listed in 1970-1979 and reached its apex position of #1039 in the U.S. in the 1980s, but is not found in the list currently. (Top Baby Names, 2014)
Nakeisha, Nakisha, Natacha, Natasha (#644 in recent rankings), Natashia, Natisha, Tasha and Tosha are the prominent variation forms of Natosha. Adoption of these relations of Natosha reached its most widespread 34 years ago (average #1090) and is now much lower (#1849, down 93.8%), with forms such as Tasha becoming less in vogue.
Suggested similar names are Aliosha, Camesha, Dalisha, Danisha, Dasha, Davisha, Daysha, Dosha, Jakisha, Jamisha, Jarusha, Kadesha, Kalisha, Kanisha, Karisha, Kasha, Katasha, Katisha, Lakesha▼, Lakisha▼, Lanesha, Lanisha, Laporsha, Larisha, Latasha▼, Lateisha, Latesha, Latisha▼, Latrisha, Maisha, Marsha▼, Matha, Matresha, Naoma, Naomia, Narissa, Naryssa, Nasya, Nata, Natala, Natalea, Natalia▲, Natalja, Natalka, Natalya▲, Natana, Natania, Natanya, Natifa, Natka, Natura, Neesha, Nesha, Nicosia, Niesha, Ninoshka, Ninoska, Nisha, Nitsa, Palasha, Pasha, Patrisha, Ranisha, Saesha, Saisha, Shosha, Stasha, Stesha, Tabotha (see Tabitha), Tahsha, Takisha, Talisha, Tamisha, Tanisha▼ and Tanysha. These names tend to be less commonly used than Natosha.