Origin of natation
Examples from the Web for natation
Historical Examples of natation
I wondered at what period of their lives they had acquired their dexterity at natation.The Bible in Spain
Some of the girls had taken lessons in the "School of Natation" in the lower bay, and could swim very well.A Little Country Girl
Indeed one of these was in flood, and they never could have crossed it had it not been for Otter's powers of natation.The People Of The Mist
H. Rider Haggard
Never, I think, did any swimmer in like circumstances perform such a remarkable feat of natation.
It has long legs, the better to wade with, and webbed feet admirably adapted to natation.Glimpses of Indian Birds
Word Origin for natation
1650s, from Latin natationem (nominative natatio), noun of action from past participle stem of natare "to swim" (see natant).