Antonyms for natal
|Grammar : Adj|
|Spell : neyt-l|
|Phonetic Transcription : ˈneɪt l|
Definition of natalOrigin :
- late 14c., "of or pertaining to birthdays," from Latin natalis "pertaining to birth or origin," from natus, past participle of nasci "to be born" (Old Latin gnasci; see genus).
- As in native : adj innate, inherent
- As in natural : adj normal, everyday
- Still I must ask the lady to make her statement in her natal name.
- Extract from : « The Eternal City » by Hall Caine
- There were those who knew the bright history of their natal country and adored it.
- Extract from : « The Prisoner » by Alice Brown
- That they were seen in Natal, South Africa, six months before the eruption.
- Extract from : « The Book of the Damned » by Charles Fort
- The Company could no more have taken the Transvaal than it could have taken Natal.
- Extract from : « Impressions of South Africa » by James Bryce
- He had commanded Colonials during the hardest fighting in Natal.
- Extract from : « On the Heels of De Wet » by The Intelligence Officer
- At the time of writing this book he was serving as an inspector of schools in Natal.
- Extract from : « The Journal of Negro History, Volume 7, 1922 » by Various
- The change, her natal air, and these souvenirs seemed to do her good.
- Extract from : « Rene Mauperin » by Edmond de Goncourt and Jules de Goncourt
- We could only speculate on help from Natal and the Cape Colony.
- Extract from : « The Peace Negotiations » by J. D. Kestell
- In other respects the testimony of Natal was clear and unmistakable.
- Extract from : « Lord Milner's Work in South Africa » by W. Basil Worsfold
- In Natal and the south we have to deal with unfamiliar conditions.
- Extract from : « South Africa and the Transvaal War, Vol. 2 (of 6) » by Louis Creswicke
Synonyms for natal
- counted on
- looked for
- relied on
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