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Boy Names Starting with Nat-

Nat- baby names and what they mean, with 5 results. Nat- names are used more often as feminine names. Usage of these boy names was at its peak in 2004 (usage of 1.14%) and is somewhat lower today (usage 0.7%, 38.1% less), with names like Nat becoming less fashionable. Nathanael (#580) is the most contemporarily stylish name for newborns among these, while Natzke (top 26%) and Nater (32%) are common Nat- last names. Here is the list of Nat- names for girls.

Nat- names

Nat - Nathaniel

NatNat1
Short form of Nathan and Nathaniel. Gender-neutral name. Usage of Nat for boys has declined since the 1890s.

Noel and variantsNata, Natal1, Natale1
Var. of Noel. Origin fr. French word. "Christmas." Natas is also a somewhat common birth name.

Natal2, var. Natale2, Natalino, Natalio, Nataly
Stems fr. Spanish language. "Birthday." Common as surnames, and Natal (upper 8%) is comparable to common -tal last names Fatal (upper 74%), Batal (90%).

Nathan and variantsNathan1, var. Nat2, Natan, Nate1, Nathen, Nathon
Based on Hebrew. "God has given." Natan is unusual as a children's name among the variations of Nathan.

Nathaniel and variantsNathaniel, var. Nat3, Natanael, Nataniel, Nate2, Nathan2, Nathaneal, Nathanael, Nathanial, Nathanyal, Nathanyel, Natty
Origin fr. Hebrew language. "God has given." Nathan is the clear favorite, though Nathanael has gained in usage over time.

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Summary Index of names [and variants] for Nat- names for boys.

1. Nat - Nathaniel
Nat, Noel [Nata, Natal, Natale], Natal [Nataly, Natale, Natalio, Natalino], Nathan [Nat, Nate, Natan, Nathen, Nathon], Nathaniel [Nate, Natty, Nathan, Nathanael, Nathanial, Nathanyel, Nathanyal, Nathaneal, ..]

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