[nuh-than-ee-uh l, -than-yuh l] /nəˈθæn i əl, -ˈθæn yəl/
a disciple of Jesus, possibly Bartholomew. John 1:45–51.
(New Testament) a Galilean who is perhaps to be identified with the apostle Bartholomew (John 1:45–51; 21:1)
given or gift of God, one of our Lord’s disciples, “of Cana in Galilee” (John 21:2). He was “an Israelite indeed, in whom was no guile” (1:47, 48). His name occurs only in the Gospel of John, who in his list of the disciples never mentions Bartholomew, with whom he has consequently been identified. He was one of those to whom the Lord showed himself alive after his resurrection, at the Sea of Tiberias.
- Nathanael greene
[green] /grin/ noun 1. Graham, 1904–91, English novelist and journalist. 2. Nathanael, 1742–86, American Revolutionary general. 3. Robert, 1558–92, English dramatist and poet. /ɡriːn/ noun 1. Graham. 1904–91, English novelist and dramatist; his works include the novels Brighton Rock (1938), The Power and the Glory (1940), The End of the Affair (1951), and Our Man […]
- Nathan glazer
[gley-zer] /ˈgleɪ zər/ noun 1. Nathan, born 1923, U.S. sociologist.
- Nathan hale
[heyl] /heɪl/ noun 1. Edward Everett, 1822–1909, U.S. clergyman and author. 2. George Ellery [el-uh-ree] /ˈɛl ə ri/ (Show IPA), 1868–1938, U.S. astronomer. 3. Sir Matthew, 1609–76, British jurist: Lord Chief Justice 1671–76. 4. Nathan, 1755–76, American soldier hanged as a spy by the British during the American Revolution. 5. Sarah Josepha [joh-see-fuh] /dʒoʊˈsi fə/ […]
[nuh-than-yuh l] /nəˈθæn yəl/ noun 1. (def 1). 2. a male given name: from a Hebrew word meaning “gift of God.”. masc. proper name, from Late Latin Nathanael, from Greek Nathanael, from Hebrew Nethan’el, literally “God has given” (see Nathan).