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Forename Natália

All around the world, Natália (Natalia Argentina Brazil Indonesia Mexico Poland, Наталия Russia Poland Belarus United States Moldova, Natália Argentina Brazil Spain United States Uruguay) is a prevalent female given name. The first name Natália is characteristic of Georgia, where it is a widespread feminine name, Moldova, where it is a widespread principally female, but very seldom boy's name, and Argentina, where it is a widespread female name (explore the name in all countries). Not in comparison with a country's population, this name is the most popular in Russia, Argentina, and Brazil. Much less frequently, Natália is the last name as well as the forename.

Translations, transliterations and names similar to the name Natália

name Nataliia, name Наталија, name ナタリー, name Наталя, name Natàlia, name Тата, name Natalija, name ナタリ, name Наталья, name Natallja, name Nathalie, name Натальля, name ناتالي, name נטלי, name Natali, name Наталка, name Natália, name Natallia, name Натали, name ナターリア, name ナタリア, name Natālija, name Natalie, name Natalia, name Nathália, name ناتاليا, name Ναταλία, name Наталля, name Natalka, name Наталі, name Ната, name Наташа, name Наталія, name Nataliya, name 娜塔莉, name נטליה, name Natalya, name Nataly, name Natálie, name Natalee, name Наталия, name Natal'Ja, name Natalja, name Nathalia, name Natalla, name Νάταλι, name نتاليا
Natalia Argentina, Brazil, Poland, Mexico, Indonesia
Наталия Moldova, Belarus, Russia, United States, Poland
Natália Argentina, Spain, Brazil, United States, Uruguay
ナタリア Japan

First name Natália in the context

Natália is also a popular name for the fictitious and mythical characters: Natasha Romanoff , the fictional character from the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Avengers: Infinity War; Natasha Rostova , the character from Leo Tolstoy's War and Peace; Nocturna , the DC Comics character, Batwoman; Natalia Korda , the Resident Evil character, Resident Evil: Revelations 2 and Natalya Nikolayevna , the character from Dostoyevsky's Humiliated and Insulted, and in many other works.

Notable namesakes

picture of csercser natália csercser natália csercser natália Hungarian actress (1827-1869), HU (b. 1827) link
picture of natália correia natália correia natália correia Portuguese writer (1923-1993), PT (b. 1923) link
picture of natália pedro da costa umbelina neto natália pedro da costa umbelina neto natália pedro da costa umbelina neto São Toméan politician, ST (b. 1951) link
picture of natália carrascalão antunes natália carrascalão antunes natália carrascalão antunes politician, diplomat, PT (b. 1952) link
picture of natália viana natália viana natália viana Brazilian journalist, BR (b. 1953) link
picture of natália de araújo natália de araújo natália de araújo politician, TL (b. 1966) link
natália de andrade (b. 1910) link
picture of nagy natália nagy natália nagy natália Hungarian actress, HU (b. 1970) link
natália nunes Portuguese writer, PT (b. 1921) link
picture of natália pasternak taschner natália pasternak taschner natália pasternak taschner Brazilian biologist and science advocate, BR (b. 1976) link
picture of natália lage natália lage natália lage Brazilian actress, BR (b. 1978) link
picture of natália passos mazotte cortez natália passos mazotte cortez natália passos mazotte cortez Brazilian activist, BR link
picture of natália guimarães natália guimarães natália guimarães Brazilian actress, BR (b. 1984) link
picture of natália dubovcová natália dubovcová natália dubovcová Slovak beach volleyball player, SK (b. 1984) link
picture of natália falavigna natália falavigna natália falavigna Brazilian taekwondo practitioner, BR (b. 1984) link

Characteristic surnames

Melo, Moreira, Miranda, Santana, Almeida, Andrade, Araújo, Cardoso, Barbosa, Pereira, Ribeiro, Freitas, Monteiro, Medeiros, Carvalho, Cristina, Teixeira, Ferreira, Oliveira, Rodrigues, Fernandes, Guimarães, Machado, Marques, Martins, Vieira, Reis, Dias, Lima, Moura, Silva, Sousa, Souza, Alves, Costa, Brito, Gonçalves, Ramos, Gomes, Lopes, Nunes, Moraes, Mendes, Santos, Soares, Castro, Campos, Borges, Rocha, and Nascimento