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That isn't the Ramban (Rabbi Moshe ben Nachman) you are citing, but the Rambam (Rabbi Moshe ben Maimon). The Rambam, in turn, says what he says because of sources in the Mishna and or Talmud, so that might be somewhere to start looking. The assertion that it is a combination of Haya, Hoveh, veYiheheh may be found e.g in the Kli Yakar on Shemot 6:3, where ...


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Wikipedia writes: Natalia is a female given name with the original Late Latin meaning of "Christmas Day" (cf. Latin natale domini). It is currently used in this form in Italian, Romanian,Spanish, Portuguese, Greek, Russian, Ukrainian, and Polish.[1] Other forms and spellings include Natalie/Nathalie (French, English and German), Natálie (...



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