Nathan boy

First name origins & meanings:

  1. Hebrew: God's gift
  2. Hebrew: Gift of God

First name variations: Jonathon, Jon, Nate, Nat, Jonatha, Jonathin, Jonathun, Jonathyn, Jonethen, Jonnatha, Jonnathun, Jonathen, Jonaton, Jonnathon, Jonthon, Jounathon, Yanaton, Jonatane, Jonate, Jonattan, Jonnattan, Johnthan, Jonathan, Nathanael, Nataniel, Natan, Nate, Nat, Natty, Nataniele, Nathon, Natt, Nathaniel

Last name origin & meaning:

Jewish, English, and German: from the Biblical Hebrew personal name Natan ‘given’ (i.e. by God). Sometimes this is also a Jewish short form of Jonathan or Nathaniel. The personal name was comparatively rare among non-Jews in the Middle Ages (although always common among Jews); as a modern surname it is most frequently Jewish.

Famous people who gave their babies this name: Leeza Gibbons, Mark Hamill, Jon Stewart

This name appears in the following lists: Biblical Names, Heroes and Heroines, Literary Characters

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