Meaning and Origin of: Natalie

Meaning and Origin of Natalie

Girl name origins & meanings

  • Latin : Birthday; child born at Christmas

What does Natalie mean and stand for?

The name Natalie is of French origin and means "birthday of the Lord" and is the variation of the French name Natalia. The French name derives from the Latin phrase natale domini.

Syllables: 3

Family name origins & meanings

  • French : from the female personal name Natalie, Latin Natalia, derived from natalis (see Noel). This was the name of a saint and martyr, which gave it popularity in the Middle Ages.

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Popularity

Natalie is the number forty-one most popular girls name in the US, according to 2018 Social Security Administration data. It has been consistently popular, remaining in the top five since 2000 after falling slightly after being in the top 20 from 2000 to 2012.

However, it is the 21st most popular name on FamilyEducation.com.

According to Google search data analysis, in the last five years Isabella was at its peak popularity in December 2020.

Natalie was historically given to girls born around Christmas as the name means "birthday of the Lord." Natalie was originally a French-Russo name, but became Americanized years ago. Celebrities such as Natalie Cole, Natalie Portman, and Natalie Wood have contributed to the popularity of the name. Not to mention, it was the name of Cameron Diaz's character in Charlie's Angels.

Where is it Popular?

Natalie was searched for most often in the following states:

Pairs well with these middle names