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Also used in Albanian:
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I honestly dislike this name because it sounds too much like a “mean girl” name to me. I know I’m in the minority about it, but it kind of sounds snotty, too!
Super pretty, I want my name to be this. I also like Naddlie It's a name I made up and used it on my elf.
My second name is Natalja. I really like it, especially the way it is spelled: I'm German and I normally see people written as "Natalia" or "Natalija". I just think it's neat. :)
Also Armenian.
This is definitely the most beautiful name I’ve ever heard. It’s so elegant, perfect and lovely. If I ever have a daughter, this will likely be her name. I love it so much.
Sweet and feminine like Natalie.
When I hear the name "Natalia" I think of a strong warrior princess fighting for justice. I have a baby on the way (which is a girl) and this name would go perfect with my other daughter's names: Valentina & can always tell a good name when you read the comments of those who actually have this name. I don't understand why anyone could dislike this name...maybe those who prefer to have no gender or want unisex names for their kids? I really like this name and this is on my list!
I really love this name, it's one of the prettiest names in my opinion. I would name my child with this name, but unfortunately in my mother's family there is a rule where you cannot name your own child with the same name as one of your relatives and I already have a cousin named Natalia.
This is extremely beautiful and elegant. I love it.
This name is GORGEOUS! So much better than Natalie and just absolutely stunning! I imagine a little red head girl who is an absolute doll!
Also Gascon, Provençal and Languedocian: --- Source: Institut d'Estudis Occitans
This name is one my absolute FAVORITES! It's very elegant, feminine, and not too common. Consider naming your child this!
The actress's name is Natalia Dyer.
This is my name! I think it's very pretty (I may be biased, lol), and if you're thinking about giving your daughter this name: I would recommend it. I am of Polish descent, so in my family circle I'm called Natalka; which is the Polish diminutive of my name. Overall, this is a wonderful name.
Beautiful, feminine name! Popular in many countries, still going strong! Natalia is sweet and strong at the same time! Classic name, has class!
I agree DeeDeeRee! I really like this feminine, sweet name!
This is a great name! Why would anyone hate it?
This name was also fairly common among the German minority in Bessarabia:
Please don’t do this to a poor child. I would absolutely hate being stuck with this name! And the nickname Nat...
Really pretty.
Also used in Slovene:
I am in love with the name Natalia! In fact, it's the name of the main protagonist in my story. She has a brother named Martin. I love Natalie and Natasha, too. I am quite shocked that some people say this name is common, I haven't heard of any Natalias other than a few singers. :)
Also Corsican:
German Pronunciation: na-TAL-yaDutch Pronunciation: na-TAL-ee-a.
I'm not a fan. It's the type of name I'd like, but I just don't. I prefer Natalie and Natasha much more. Though, Nata is the nickname I'd use.
Also Bulgarian.Scripts: Наталия. [noted -ed]
Super gorgeous.
Very pretty :)
Also Aragonese: --- mártir chunto con a suya muller Natalia
It's a pretty name.
I like both Natalie and Natalia.
I really love this name. I just love it. It's on the top of my name list, it's just beautiful to me.
I am in love with this name! It is so beautiful and I love how it can translated from English to Spanish :)
Also Occitan: (Source: Institut d'études occitanes)
There have been two singers named Natalia. Natalia Podolskaya is a Belarusian singer who represented Russia in 2005 Eurovision with "Nobody Hurt No One". She automatically qualified due to Yulia Savicheva's Top 10 placing, yet did not crack the Top 10 herself. Natalia Gordienko is a Moldovan-Ukrainian singer who represented Moldova in 2006 Eurovision with "Loca". She along with Arsenium and Connect-R automatically qualified due to Zdob si Zdub's Top 10 ranking the prior year, they did not duplicate this success however.
One of my friends is named Natalia (she was born in November). Better than Natalie.
I prefer Natalia to Natalie, as a full first name & Talia to Nat, as a nickname.
I love the name Natalia. Although Natalie is nice, I like Natalia too.
In 2018, 4 is the most common age for an American (U.S.) Natalia who is registered female with the Social Security Administration. It is the 934th most common female first name for living U.S. citizens.
Natalia Alianovna Romanova (Наталья Алиановна Романова) is a heroine in the Marvel Cinematic and Marvel Comic universe.
Very beautiful. Although I like Natalya more for some reason, Natalia is still beautiful and more unique than Natalie.
What a festive name! I like it more than Natalie, it sounds more lively.
I think Natalia is such a beautiful name to have and my best friend is as pretty as the name.
It also means dahlia in Greek.
Actress Natalia Dwyer, currently famous for her role as Nancy Wheeler in the Netflix Series "Stranger Things."
I feel this name is extremely stunning although I'd personally not name my little one it. It seems a little bit far too extravagant and I would use Natalie as a substitute.
Natalia Oleksandrivna Zhukova is a Ukrainian chess grandmaster and twice European women's champion. She won several age-group titles as a teenager, both at the European and world levels. She has also triumphed in several international women's tournaments. She has played for the Ukrainian women's national team since age 17 in 1996, the same year she won the Ukrainian women's championship in her debut. She played board one on the winning Ukrainian team at the 2006 Women's Chess Olympiad.
Natalia Oreiro is a Latin Grammy-nominated Uruguayan-Argentine singer, actress, and fashion designer. Oreiro began her career in telenovelas. Since 2008 she has switched to work primarily in films. Oreiro has worked on social awareness shows and events for organizations like Greenpeace and UNICEF, the latter of which designated her as ambassador for Argentina and Uruguay in September 2011. She has been included in Esquire magazine's "The Sexiest Woman Alive Atlas" list.
This is my name, and I absolutely love it. When I was little I thought it was boring and weird, but now I would never change my name!
Natalia Ignashevich is the wife of Russian footballer Sergei Ignashevich.
Name Natalia is commonly used in USA and England, which is also an English name. [noted -ed]
An absolutely gorgeous name and I personally prefer it WAY more over Natalie.
Natalia Osipova is a Russian ballerina.
I think this is a much prettier version of the name Natalie. It's much more elegant and graceful.
I've personally always liked the different versions of this name - Natasha, Natalia, Natalie, etc. It's just overall a very attractive name and has some cute nicknames like Nat, Lia, Allie, Tasha, etc. Just very pretty overall. :)
Natalia Romanoff, aka Black Widow, is a character in the Marvel Comic Universe.
This will be my daughter's name.
Personally, this name gives me bad memories. I was bullied by a girl named Natalia (she pronounced her name Na-Tar-Leah). So I can't say I like it.
I was named Natalia. I love my name, even if most people can't pronounce it properly. There's nothing bland or ordinary about Natalia.
I like the name, and if I know this right, it's Russian and can be changed to Natasha or Natalie. I like all three versions.
Very pretty name. I'm not big on Natalie, but Natalia (or Natasha) sounds stronger and more exotic, mature, sophisticated, and elegant to me.
Nice name, not used too much in America. I would consider it. No nicknames though. Too pretty to shorten.
Natalia Stefanović is the main character in Téa Obreht's "The Tiger's Wife," which takes place in unnamed Balkan countries (as determined by geographic locations mentioned within the story, most likely Serbia and Croatia).
Way better than the nails on the chalkboard sounding Natalie.
This is such a gorgeous name! :D It's better than the name Natalie in my opinion.
This is my name, but I spell it Natahlia. I have never seen or met another Natalia who spells it the same, but my mother swears in the baby book it was spelled with an "h" haha. I've gone by Tally my whole entire life, rarely anyone ever calls me Natahlia. It's beginning to grow on me though!
Whenever I hear the name Natalia I think of the word genitalia because they have similar endings... : / just ignore this comment.
The name Natalia is also commonly used in Georgia.In Georgian, Natalia is written as: ნატალია.A known bearer of this name was the Georgian film actress Natalia "Nato" Vachnadze (1904-1953).
Natalia is so much better than Natalie. It's really spunky and sweet!
Natalia Cigliuti (born 1978 in New York City) is an American actress.
Natalia Livingston (born 1976 in Johnstown, Pennsylvania) is an American actress.
Natalia Dragomiroff is one of the characters of Agatha Christie's famous novel "Murder on the Orient Express".
It is a common name in Romania, in the exact Latin form "Natalia". [noted -ed]
This is my little sister's name. Everyone in my family pronounces it "Nuh-tal-yuh" but her father pronounces it "Nuh-TALL-lee-uh." Both are correct, but I like the former one better. :) I think this is the best spelling out of any.I think it's a very pretty name with multiple nicknames- Talia, Lia, Tally, etc..It means "born on Christmas day," but almsot no one with this name is. XD Although it's quite common, I've only met two other people with this name, but one spells it "Natalya" and one spells it "Natalja".
I'm horrified to see no one has mentioned Natalia Noemi Cappucini, also known as singer, Natalia Kills!
Also used in Croatia.
The Italian pronunciation (at least the most typical) is not nah-TAH-lyah but nah-tah-LEE-ah.
Pet forms of Natalia are Natasha, Tasha or Nata. It's true.
Natalia Varvina (born in 1983) is a Russian reality-show star and party monster.
I love the name Natalia! I actually prefer it over Natalie. I worked with a girl named Natalia and she was so sweet and intelligent. I always thought if I ever had a baby girl in December that I would name her Natalia.
Natalia does not have to mean "born on Christmas". If you aren't Christian, and don't want that association you can use the alternative meaning of "natalis". Natalis is Latin for "birth".
Nicknames I've heard for Natalia are Nata (Nah-tah), Talia (Tah-lya), and Lia (Lee-ah).
Well, this is my name and as a kid I really hated it. It just sounded too complicated to me. And it was quite a unique name at the time I was born so I didn't meet any other girls with my name. But after some time I've really grown to love it. Now I wouldn't change it for anything. I also like that it's international and at the same time not too boring and overused. I think it's a beautiful and timeless name. :D
It's the name of the British actress, Natalia Tena who plays Nymphadora Tonks in 'Harry Potter.'
Very pretty name. I hate when people pronounce it Na-da-LEE-yah though.
I love this name, probably because it's my name. =] A lot of times I get called Natalie at first. Annoying, but I've gotten used to it. Some people pronounce it two different ways - nah-TAH-lyah, the way it really is supposed to be pronounced, but most other people say it, nah-TAL-yah. I mostly go by Tali as a nickname, though. ^_^
Natalia´s pet forms are Natty, Natalka, Talia, Lia, Nia.
Shouldn't it be the other way around? The entry for Natalie says it comes from the Late Latin name Natalia, so why is Natalia listed as a form of Natalie?
Natalia is such a beautiful name! I like Natalie, but I much prefer Natalia. There's a story bouncing around in my head, and one of the main character's name is Natalia. I picked that because of its beauty and how uncommon it is. I strongly recommend this name!
Natalia Tena is a British actress with Spanish parents. She is fluent in Spanish. She played Ellie in About A Boy, and Nymphadora Tonks (or Nymphadora Lupin) in Harry Potter and The Order of the Phoenix.
It is my name and I have grown up to love it. It just rolls out of the tongue, is rather feminine and international so I barely have to spell it for other people when I'm abroad. All in all, I think it's a good name both for a girl and a woman.
Actress Natalie Wood was born Natalia Nikolaevna Zakharenko.
Natalia is a character in Mech Assault. (Don't tell anyone but I think they did that just so they can abbreviate General Natalia, Gen. Natalia. Yeah. You know what I'm trying to say here, right?)
Heh I just had to say this! Natalia is a character from the video game Tales Of The Abyss! One of the best video games ever!
Ok, I have a few things to say about this name, so here I go!
1.) Natalia Rebublic is in South America
2.) Natalia is also a town in Texas
3.) Natalia Druyts is a Belgian singer
4.) Natalia Rodriguez is a Spanish singer
5.) Natalia Tena is a British actress.
Since this is my name, I've heard it pronounced both with a funny accent in the middle a. I just like to have it pronounced how it looks. I usually get called Natalie when people first read my name. It can get pretty annoying, but I'm used to it.
I love this name soooo much! It's really pretty!
Natalia Estrada is a Spanish actress, dancer and model (born September 3, 1972, in Gijon).
I think this name is very beautiful although I would not name my child it. It seems a little too fancy and I would use Natalie instead. When I hear it I want to say it with an accent or something but I would not want to constantly talk like that when I say the name. Kinda weird, but just my opinion.
No offense intended to anyone but I really don't like this name, it seems snootish.
Natalia is a pretty name. It's my little cousin's name and I think it's so cute. Everyone with that name is very lucky to have such a pretty name.
I prefer Natalie.
My name is Natalia and I personally love the name. It's cute.
Although technically spelled Nataliya, Natali(y)a Makarova was perhaps the greatest ballarina to grace the earth. She is particular known for her roles as Giselle and Odette/Odile.
A famous bearer was Russian artist Natalia Goncharova 1881 - 1962.
Natalia is also a popular Russian name, pronounced Na-TA-l'ya (the l is soft, and the a is pronounced ah, like in the word "art"). The nicknames for are Natalia are Natasha and Nata.
Natalia was my grandmother's name, 100% German.
Beautiful. Simply beautiful. A famous bearer would be daytime soap star: Natalia Livingston. She plays Emily Bowen Quartermaine on General Hospital.
Famous bearer is model Natalia Vodianova.
Natalia Vodianova (Наталья Водянова, born February 28, 1982) is a Russian supermodel.

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