Definitions for nathanˈneɪ θən

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  1. Nathan(ProperNoun)

    An Old Testament prophet.

  2. Nathan(ProperNoun)

    of Biblical origin.

  3. Origin: From נתן, implying “[God] gave [me]”.

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  1. Nathan

    a Jewish prophet who had the courage to charge King David to his face with a heinous crime he had committed and convict him of his guilt, to his humiliation in the dust.


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