American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- In the Bible, a prophet during the reigns of David and Solomon.
- Nathan, George Jean 1882-1958. American writer and editor who founded and edited (1924-1930) the American Mercury with H.L. Mencken and was a widely influential drama critic.
- From Hebrew נָתָן (natán, "gave"), implying “[God] gave [me]”. (Wiktionary)
“APRIL RAWSTHORNE, NATHAN SUMMERS 'GRANDMOTHER: Just excitement and overjoyed that Nathan is on his way home and everything has turned out fine.”
“WILL CHAPMAN, NATHAN CHAPMAN'S FATHER: Nathan was the first.”
“Even the name Nathan had given the bird had been a deliberate insult to his wife.”
“I swear just because Nathan is paired with her he is no longer my favorite.”
“Room has it Nathan is the next character to go …. .bad decisions have killed a great show.”
“I just happen to agree with Peter when he says he can't believe Nathan is his brother.”
“Nathan is the second funniest non-comedian on scripted television.”
“* The link to this clarification in Nathan Brown's article doesn't work.”
“Glad you are now safe, that Nathan is now gracing the world with his glorious presence, and that that which did not kill you has made you stronger (and even more creative!)”
“That's not by design or interest -- my partner Nathan is very into anime among other things, for instance -- it's just the database we've started with for accessibility reasons.”
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