Natasha

or Na·ta·scha

[nuh-tah-shuh]
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noun

a female given name, Russian form of Natalie.

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  • Natasha runs across the warm planks, as yet unswept of dust and litter.

  • Princess Mary did not express her opinion of Pierre nor did Natasha speak of him.

    War and Peace

    Leo Tolstoy

  • He went out on deck, followed by Natasha, and took his place by one of the broadside guns.

  • When he saw Natasha he waved his arms despairingly and burst into convulsively painful sobs that distorted his soft round face.

    War and Peace

    Leo Tolstoy

  • Countess Mary sat down doing woolwork; Natasha did not take her eyes off her husband.

    War and Peace

    Leo Tolstoy



Word Origin and History for natasha

Natasha

fem. proper name, from Russian pet form of Natalya (see Natalie).

Online Etymology Dictionary, © 2010 Douglas Harper