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Natalie [ nat-l-ee ][1] is a female given name derived from late Latin name Natalia which in turn means "Christmas Day". Natalie is found in many languages but is especially prevalent in French and English speaking countries. Natalie is a name that's been popular for centuries due to its beauty and widespread usage across various cultures and languages. This name has a rich history and significant meaning. It is derived from the Latin word "natalis," which means "birth" or "birthday." Natalie is often associated with Christmas, a holiday that celebrates the birth of Jesus Christ. The name has been used in many cultures and languages, with different spellings in French, Spanish, Russian, and Italian. It's also been widely used in countries such as the United States, Canada, Australia, and the United Kingdom.[2] This name was ranked #56 on the US Popular Names in 2021.[3]

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  1. "Definition of Natalie |". Retrieved 2023-04-08.
  2. "Natalie name Meaning and Origin". Retrieved 2023-04-08.
  3. OACT. "Popular Baby Names". Retrieved 2023-04-08.