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Natalia is a female name mostly used throughout the Mediterranean, Eastern Europe, and Latin America, as well as among American people of those ethnic origins. It means "Christmas Day" and has traditionally been given to girls born in September, October, November, or December. Since the name has a Christian meaning behind it and is mostly used in the aforementioned cultures, most women who bear these names are either Roman Catholic or Orthodox Christians.