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Meaning of the Name Nathan

The first name Nathan is of Hebrew, Biblical origin. It is often a boy name. It has the following meaning(s):

Hebrew: Gift from God
Hebrew: Gift of God
Hebrew: Gift, Open-minded, Vivacious, Sociable
Biblical: 'Given, Giving, Rewarded'

Similar Names

Nantan | Nathim | Natane | Nathania | Nutan | Nandan |

Related Names

Elmer  (English)
A Variant of Aylmer. Famous Bearer: Ebenezer and Jonathan Elmer Were Two Famous American Brothers Who Played an Important Role in the American War of Independence
Elnathan  (Biblical)
God Hath Given, the Gift of God
Jarah  (Hebrew)
He Gives Sweetness; Honey. in the Bible Jarah Was a Descendant of Jonathan
Jehonathan  (Biblical)
Gift of the Lord, Gift of a Dove
Johnathan  (Hebrew)
Jehovah Has Given. in the Bible Jonathan Son of King Saul Was Noted for Manliness; Generosity and Unselfishness. He Saved David's Life When Saul Would Have Killed Him
Johnathan  (Hebrew)
Gift of God
Johnathon  (Hebrew)
Jehovah Has Given. in the Bible Jonathan Son of King Saul Was Noted for Manliness; Generosity and Unselfishness. He Saved David's Life When Saul Would Have Killed Him
Johnnie  (Hebrew)
Diminutive of Jonathan: Jehovah Has Given. Jehovah's Gift. Famous Bearer: Anglo-irish Writer Jonathan Swift (-), Author of Gulliver's Travels
Johnny  (Hebrew)
Diminutive of Jonathan: Jehovah Has Given. Jehovah's Gift. Famous Bearer: Anglo-irish Writer Jonathan Swift (-), Author of Gulliver's Travels
Johnny  (English)
Variant of John or Abbreviation of Jonathan 'Jehovah Has Been Gracious; Has Shown Favor.'
Jon  (Hebrew)
Diminutive of Jonathan: Jehovah Has Given. Jehovah's Gift. Gift from God
Jon  (English)
God Has Given; a Short Form of Jonathan. (Jon)
Jon  (English)
Variant of John or Abbreviation of Jonathan 'Jehovah Has Been Gracious; Has Shown Favor.' Sometimes Used in the French Fashion Hyphenated With a Second Name Like Jon-carlo or Jon-paul
Jon  (French)
Variant of John or Abbreviation of Jonathan: 'Jehovah Has Been Gracious; Has Shown Favor.' Sometimes Used in the French Fashion Hyphenated With a Second Name Like Jon-carlo or Jon-paul
Jonathan  (Biblical)
Given of God
Jonathan  (Hebrew)
The Lord's Gift, Severe, Upright, Unforgiving, Possesses a Keen Sense of Duty
Jonathan  (Hebrew)
Jehovah Has Given. Jehovah's Gift. Famous Bearer: Anglo-irish Writer Jonathan Swift (-), Author of Gulliver's Travels
Jonathan  (English)
God Has Given;Derived from the Hebrew Yonatan Which is Derived from Yehanatan (Yahweh Has Given). The Name is Borne in the Bible by the Eldest Son of King Saul and a Close Friend of David. Variatons:
Jonathan  (Hebrew)
Gift of God
Jonathon  (Hebrew)
Jehovah Has Given. in the Bible Jonathan Son of King Saul Was Noted for Manliness; Generosity and Unselfishness. He Saved David's Life When Saul Would Have Killed Him
Jonn  (English)
Variant of John or Abbreviation of Jonathan 'Jehovah Has Been Gracious; Has Shown Favor.'
Jonn  (French)
Variant of John or Abbreviation of Jonathan 'Jehovah Has Been Gracious; Has Shown Favor.'
Jonnie  (English)
Variant of John or Abbreviation of Jonathan 'Jehovah Has Been Gracious; Has Shown Favor.'
Jonnie  (French)
Variant of John or Abbreviation of Jonathan 'Jehovah Has Been Gracious; Has Shown Favor.'
Lathan  (English)
Rhyming Form of the Hebrew Nathan
Lemmy  (Hebrew)
Diminutive of Lemuel: Devoted to God. The Hero (Lemuel Gulliver) of Jonathan Swift's Satire, 'Gulliver's Travels'
Lemuel  (Hebrew)
Devoted to God. The Hero (Lemuel Gulliver) of Jonathan Swift's Satire, 'Gulliver's Travels'
Nat  (Hebrew)
Given. Form of Nathan
Natanael  (Swedish)
Swedish Form of Nathaniel 'Gift from God'
Nate  (Hebrew)
Given. Form of Nathan
Nathan-melech  (Biblical)
'The Gift of the King, or of Counsel'
Nathanael  (Hebrew)
Variant of Nathaniel: Gift of God; God Has Given
Nathanael  (Biblical)
The Gift of God
Nathanael  (French)
God Has Given
Nathanael  (Hebrew)
Gift of God, Another Form is Nathaniel, Talented, Inspired, Impulsive
Nathania  (Hebrew)
God's Gift
Nathanial  (Hebrew)
God Has Given. One of the Biblical Apostles
Nathaniel  (Hebrew)
Gift of God (Nat, Nataniel, Nate, Nathan, Natty)
Nathaniel  (Hebrew)
Gift of God
Nathaniel  (Hebrew)
Gift of God; God Has Given. One of the Biblical Apostles
Nathaniel  (Shakespearean)
'Love's Labours Lost' Sir Nathaniel, a Curate
Niel  (Hebrew)
From the Name Nathaniel
Nigel  (English)
From the Name Nathaniel

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