Natasha

Natasha (Ната́ша) is a name of Russian origin. Originally it was a diminutive form of Natalia, which in turn derives from the Latin Dies Natalies, meaning `Natal Day` or `Birthday` in reference to the traditional birth of Jesus. It was traditionally given to girls born around Christmas. In Russia and other post-Soviet countries this nam...
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Natasha

[monkey] Natasha is a macaque at the Safari Park zoo near Tel Aviv, Israel. She has become well known because, unlike other macaques who move by alternating between walking upright and on all four limbs, Natasha has walked upright all the time since suffering from a stomach flu that almost killed her. She recovered after receiving intensive...
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Natasha

[Sesame Street] Natasha is the baby of Muppets Ingrid and Humphrey on Sesame Street. She first appeared in 1987, and was performed by Kevin Clash. Natasha should not be confused with Ernie`s niece, Ernestine, who was also performed by Kevin Clash. As Telly Monster`s sister Mona was exactly identical in appearance to Natasha`s mother Ingrid,...
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Natasha

Natasha is a Russian name for girls. The meaning is `resurrection` The name Natasha is most commonly given to Scottish girls. (3 times more often than to American girls.) If it's too long you might use: Nat, Tash, Tasha What do they use in other countries? Stacy (English) Anne (German, French, English) Stacey (English) Anna (German, Italian, Scandi...
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