Natania

What does the baby name Natania mean? Learn about what Natania means, its history & origin, popularity in our random name database, pronunciation, similar names, nicknames & spelling variations.

Natania - Name Meaning, Origin & Popularity

Spelling of Natania
N-A-T-A-N-I-A, is a 7-letter female given name.
Pronunciation of Natania
ney-TAN-yah
na tan YA
Meaning of Natania
Gift of god, he gave, god's present.
Origin of Natania
The name 'Natania' has Hebrew origins. It is derived from the Hebrew word 'netanyahu', which means 'gift of God' or 'God has given'. In Hebrew culture, names hold significant meaning and are often chosen to reflect the blessings or gratitude towards a higher power.
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Similar Names, Nicknames, & Spelling Variations of Natania
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Popularity of Natania
While 'Natania' may not be among the most popular names, it has been steadily used over the years. Its popularity has remained relatively consistent, with occasional fluctuations. It is often chosen by parents who appreciate its religious and meaningful connotations.
Natania currently has 1 like, and is in the top 20% of liked girl's names. The name Chinue is slightly more popular than Natania.

Etymology of Natania

As mentioned, 'Natania' is derived from the Hebrew word 'netanyahu'. The name is composed of two elements: 'natán', meaning 'to give', and 'Yah', a shortened form of 'Yahweh', the Hebrew name for God. Therefore, 'Natania' can be understood as 'God has given' or 'gift of God. '

Cultural Significance of Natania

In Hebrew culture, names are considered to have a profound impact on an individual 's identity and destiny. The name 'Natania' reflects a sense of gratitude and recognition of the blessings bestowed by God. It carries a spiritual significance, symbolizing the belief in divine providence and the acknowledgment of God 's presence in one 's life.