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17:15 Mar 16, 2008
Romanian to Hebrew translations [PRO]
Romanian term or phrase: natalia
Local time: 05:38

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5Natală (rom)
4 +1מקום בו נולד



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מקום בו נולד

Language variant: natala

Natalia is a name
natala is the answer adj. of or pertaining to one's birth; affecting one at birth; native

Local time: 04:38
Native speaker of: Native in RomanianRomanian

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agree  errigo: Natală is the roumanian feminine form of Natal which means "of birth"
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Natală (rom)

Natală is in roumanian the feminine form for NATAL meaning, " of birth" and is used mainly in phrases like "place of birth" - LOCUL NATAL or ŢARA NATALĂ. The hebrew expression -"מקום בו נולד " or "מקום לידתו" means THE PLACE OF HIS BIRTH where "מקום" stays for PLACE and "בו נולד" means WHERE HE (male) WAS BORN. For the feminine form we have "מקום בו נולדה"or "מקום לידתה" meaning THE PLACE WHERE SHE (fem) WAS BORN. Note that a hebrew correspondent for the adjectiv NATAL / NATALĂ doen't exist. Instead we use "של לידה " - OF BIRTH - DE NAŞTERE

Example sentence(s):
  • SATUL LUI/EI NATAL (rom) - the willage of his/her birth -(heb) כפר לידתו/לידתה
  • ŢARA LUI/EI NATALĂ (rom) -the country of his/her birth- (heb) ארץ לידתו/לידתה
Local time: 05:38
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