[nuh-than-ee-uh l, -than-yuh l]
- a disciple of Jesus, possibly Bartholomew. John 1:45–51.
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Nathanael answered and saith unto him, Rabbi, thou art the Son of God.Sanctification
J. W. Byers
Nathanael did so, looking not less surprised than the rest of the party.
Nathanael grasped her hand, but did not speak—it seemed impossible to him.
I ask merely for your own sake, ma'am, and that of my friend Nathanael.
Nathanael watched her with a keen anxiety, which only agitated her the more.
- New Testament a Galilean who is perhaps to be identified with the apostle Bartholomew (John 1:45–51; 21:1)