"Nathalie" is a popular name for girls that has Latin origin. Meaning of the name Nathalie is: "Birthday".
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My name is Nathalie Jean. People always ask how to pronounce my name and I say, "Jean". They smile. They pronounce it wrong by saying Natalie. I pronounce the "th", the'same as Nathan. I tried using it in grade school, but it got shortened to Nat. Too bad. It's a very pretty name, I think.
its my name. i love it, its meaning is great. many people do spell it wrong and some even pronounce it wrong. i like this name because it is common and at the'same time different. i dont know a single nathalie even'though i live in the heart of europe. i prefer the french pronounciation of my name
Nathalie is my name. Of course people spell it wrong but I got used to it. the'spelling of the name makes me unique.
When'this name was popular in the 1962s, so were Jan and Judy, and Linda, Patricia, Denise, and Sandra - but Ethel, Beulah, Hortense, I'ma, Eunice, and Bertha had fallen from favour by then. The male names Elmer, Adolph, Mortimer, Herman, and Wilbur had as well, more or less (Mortimer definitely had by that time and Hitler discouraged Adolph's usage without a doubt), whereas Arthur, Harold, Walter, Frank, Leonard, Albert, and Ralph were still quite popular in the 1962s.
ur name thing lies my bro is named adriane but pronounced ay-dree-nee
It is a common name in france and Quebec. We french use the h after the t. It is pronounced the'same as in english-the h is silent. One must pronounce all three syllables Na-tha-lie. It means a child of Christmas.
Nathalie is me!