I'm from: United States, VA (edit) and

I did a search for Nat ...

A) because I'm interested in a well-known person named Nat
B) because Nat is a beloved one of mine
C) because my very own name is Nat!
D) but I'm just browsing

Eminent people named Nat

Nat Borchers, Nat Hentoff, Nat King Cole, Nat Lofthouse, Nat Mayer Shapiro, Nat Schachner, Nat Turner, Nat Wolff.

What made Nat famous

Nat King Cole is most famous for are: Route 66 Nat grew up in Chicago and later moved to Los Angeles which are the two ends of Route 66.
Nat Love (1854-1921), African American champion cowboy known as Deadwood Dick, was famous for his great skill as a range rider and cattle-brand reader.
Nat Fein is well known for his ability to capture the soul of old New York.
Nat Bailey (January 31, 1902 - March 27, 1978) was a restaurateur most well-known for building the first drive-in restaurant in Canada, in 1928, and developing the first car-hop tray.

What do people named Nat look like
Nat Turner
Nat King Cole Photo (320129)
Nat Wolff Picture 8
nat faxon 818006l
Nat Morley Photo (32177596)
That’s it – just makes you feel good ...

>> More Nat pictures on the web

Play songs that make Nat unforgettable

Matt & Nat's

Times Goes On

0 0
 Nat's Christmas Wishes - Nat "King" Cole
0 0
 Raga Nat Bhairav: Gat In Fast Teen Taal - Nikhil Banerjee

Nat music albums

The Very Best Of Nat King Cole

Christmas With Bing Crosby / Nat "King" Cole / Dean Martin

Nat Lopez

Are there Nat DVDs? Yes!

Christmas with Danny Kaye featuring Nat King Cole

Danny Kaye, Mary Tyler Moore, Nat King Cole

>> More info on Amazon

Nat'l Geographic Classics: Natural Disasters

In six classic programs, National Geographic reveals the sheer power and strength of nature's greatest forces. Experience the devastation and tragedy caused by deadly tsunamis and hurricanes, see what happens inside the heart of a whirling tornado, witness incredible up-close shots of the powerful white wall of a rolling avalanche, and hear chilling first-hand accounts from survivors of some of the worst natural disasters. Programs include Storm of the Century, Tornado Intercept, Drowning New Orleans, Avalanche: The White Death, Tsunami: Killer Wave, and Violent Earth.
>> More info on Amazon

Nat'l Geo: Classics - Sharks

National Geographic reveals the awesome power, spectacular beauty, and remarkable behaviors of one of the world's most revered-and feared-predators in the world in these five classic specials. Witness never-before-seen great white shark behavior, watch the incredible long distance migratory patterns of hammerhead sharks, and join experts as they journey to deep underwater realms to study and understand these often misunderstood creatures. Programs include Great White Shark: Truth Behind the Legend, Journey to Shark Eden, Shark Island, Shark Encounters, and Shark Superhighway.
>> More info on Amazon

Get a book on Nat

Nat Geo Wild Animal Atlas: Earth's Astonishing Animals and Where They Live

by: National Geographic
Captivating critters, eye-grabbing pictures, weird and freaky facts—what better way for kids to learn geography! In this child-friendly atlas, stunning animal photos combine with colorful, easily accessible maps to teach young readers about geography through the wild creatures that fascinate them. Each world region includes a "spotlight" on animals in the area. Thematic spreads deliver the facts about habitats, endangered species, and more. Careful research and all-around kid appeal make this a must-have children’s atlas for home and school.
>> More info on Amazon

Nat Turner

by: Kyle Baker
The story of Nat Turner and his slave rebellion—which began on August 21, 1831, in Southampton County, Virginia—is known among school children and adults. To some he is a hero, a symbol of Black resistance and a precursor to the civil rights movement; to others he is monster—a murderer whose name is never uttered.
In Nat Turner, acclaimed author and illustrator Kyle Baker depicts the evils of slavery in this moving and historically accurate story of Nat Turner’s slave rebellion.
>> More info on Amazon

Nat King Cole

by: Daniel Mark Epstein
The first major biography of the great jazz pianist and singer, written with the full cooperation of his family.
When he died in 1965, at age forty-five, Nat King Cole was already a musical legend. As famous as Frank Sinatra, he had sold more records than anyone but Bing Crosby.
Written with the narrative pacing of a novel, this absorbing biography traces Cole's rise to fame, from boy-wonder jazz genius to megastar in a racist society. Daniel Mark Epstein brings Cole and his times to vivid life: his precocious entrance onto the vibrant jazz scene of his hometown, Chicago; the creation of his trio and their rise to fame; the crossover success of such songs as "Straighten Up and Fly Right"; and his years as a pop singer and television star, the first African American to have his own show.
>> More info on Amazon

Watch or bid on odd Nat collectibles on eBay

0 0



2 0

Pair Art Deco Style 18k Gold Red Ruby & Diamond Bumble Bee Brooch Pins NR NAT


8 3



Poll: Which name is most likely to be welcomed by a new mother-in-law ?

Antonio Fiete Nat Glenn
 #1  #2  #3  #4
rank a name here
rank a name here
rank a name here
rank a name here


Put Nat on the map

Historic meaning and origin of the name Nat

English: Short form of Nathan, Nathaniel, Natalie, or other names beginning with Nat.
Hebrew: Given. Form of Nathan.

Find your first name on this site
Male    Female

male names:A   B   C   D   E   F   G   H   I   J   K   L   M   N   O   P   Q   R   S   T   U   V   W   X   Y   Z   

female names:A   B   C   D   E   F   G   H   I   J   K   L   M   N   O   P   Q   R   S   T   U   V   W   X   Y   Z   
Try your first name