What does Natale mean?
Natale /na-ta-le/ as a boys' name (also used as girls' name Natale) is of Spanish and French derivation, and the name Natale means "birthday; Christmas". Natale is an alternate form, with the suffix -e, of Natal (Spanish): refers to the birthday of Jesus. Natale is also a derivative of Noel (French): used since the Middle Ages.
(male) Natable, Newtale, ..
(female) Natane, Natani, ..
How popular is Natale?
Natale is a rare given name for men but a very popular surname for both adults and children (#5917 out of 150436, Top 4%). (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Displayed below is the baby name history of Natale for boys. Natale entered the list in 1900-1909 and reached its peak position of #1359 in the U.S. in the 1910s, but is not ranked at the moment. (2014 U.S. SSA Records)
The only other prominent related form of Natale appearing in the Top 2000 is Noel (#356 a year ago). These forms of Natale are at the top of their popularity presently (usage of 0.05%). Noel has been the most popular choice.
Suggested similar names are Anatole, Antole, Bale, Bartle, Basile, Cable, Caile, Cale, Daile, Dalle, Dayle, Eagle, Earle▼, Fadile, Fadle, Gable, Gaelle, Gaille, Gale▼, Gamble, Gayle▼, Hale, Halle, Jamile, Kaile, Kale, Karle, Kayle, Ladale, Ladle, Naftali, Nagel, Nageler, Nagelle (see Nagel), Nagle, Nagler, Naman, Naphtali, Nasareo, Nat▼, Natan, Natanael, Nataniel, Nate, Nathan, Nathon, Natty, Navarre, Nazaire, Nazaro, Neal▼, Neale, Neftali, Neille, Nevile, Nevyle (see Neville), Newall, Nial, Niall, Nile, Njal, Noble▼, Pavle, Peale, Randale, Randle, Royale, Sable, Savile, Udale (see Udell), Vale, Vasile, Vitale, Yale and Yudale (see Udell). These names tend to be more commonly used than Natale.