Of Latin origin.

From “natale domini”. Means “Christmas day”.

Common variant is Natalie.

Saint Natalia was the wife of Saint Adrian.

They were both martyrs from Nicomedia on the 4th century, during the ruling of emperor Maximilian.

The name Natalia was common among Eastern Orthodox Christians.

Alternative form of the name, Natalie, gained popularity in the United States due to actress Natalie Wood.

Other forms of the name are Nathalie, Nat, Natali, Natalka, Natalya, Natalee, Natille, Nata, Nataliya, Natálie, Nataline, Anatalia, Talia.

Famous bearers are Natalia Tena, Natalia Kills, Natalia Jimenez, Natalia Lafourcade, Natalie Wood, Natalie Portman, Natalie Cole, Natalie Imbruglia, Natalie Merchant, Natalie Maines, Natalie Coughlin.

Natalia is a popular name in Poland, Mexico and Chile.