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Actually just the Latin for "Birthday".  "Natal" you know.  It's just that it's traditionally for girls who share a birthday with you know who.  

 

Personally I'd forget meaning and just go with Nikolai.  

Or, as from sources (since I don't speak Latin myself) -- natale domini. Natale is Christmas (likely derived from natal since both involve birthday).

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Actually just the Latin for "Birthday".  "Natal" you know.  It's just that it's traditionally for girls who share a birthday with you know who.  

 

Personally I'd forget meaning and just go with Nikolai.  

 

Noel, while best known as a male name for Noel Coward, also sometimes used in Russia.

 

Noam, as in Noam Chomsky, a fairly Soviet Bloc sounding (actually Hebrew, male variant of Naomi) name meaning 'pleasant'.

 

Natasha is a diminutive of Natalya, as in "Natalya's daughter/little sister", or "little Natalya"; while the Latin does indeed mean 'day of birth', the idiom is clearly in regards to Christmas, making Noel the closer equivalent.

 

Nathan is also, in the ambiguous and murky field of names, considered a male equivalent of Natalya in some cultures, though it does indeed have a different meaning in the original Hebrew.

 

I'd recommend Nash ('from the Ash tree').

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Here's the latest addition for the Knights Templar: SUNDER.  I did this one a bit different, I found a 36 color gel ink set at the dollar store...so I tried to see what I could do with them.  The pic was quite large on a piece of bristol board, so I had to scan like four angles and rotate, cut and paste the pic together.  Turned out alright...a few light distortions.  Here goes:

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Here's the latest addition for the Knights Templar: SUNDER.  I did this one a bit different, I found a 36 color gel ink set at the dollar store...so I tried to see what I could do with them.  The pic was quite large on a piece of bristol board, so I had to scan like four angles and rotate, cut and paste the pic together.  Turned out alright...a few light distortions.  Here goes:

This is great! I've long admired your coloring. 

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Here's the latest addition for the Knights Templar: SUNDER.  I did this one a bit different, I found a 36 color gel ink set at the dollar store...so I tried to see what I could do with them.  The pic was quite large on a piece of bristol board, so I had to scan like four angles and rotate, cut and paste the pic together.  Turned out alright...a few light distortions.  Here goes:

 

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