Granna asked in Society & CultureLanguages · 6 months ago

What does natas mean,If it means anything at all!!!!?

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  • 6 months ago

    Professional skateboarder Natas Kaupas

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  • 6 months ago

    In Portuguese, "natas" is the plural of the noun "nata" meaning 'cream', 'cream of the crop', 'the elite' or 'high society'.

    In Spanish, "natas" is the feminine plural past participle of the verb "nacer" meaning 'to be born' or 'to grow'.

    Source(s): Wiktionary
    • Zac Z
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      6 months agoReport

      Wouldn't the feminine plural past participle of nacer be nacidas?

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  • Zac Z
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    6 months ago

    Which language is this supposed to be?

    In Spanish nata means cream but it doesn't take a plural s, at least I haven't seen it that way.

    Of course, a short word like this is bound to show up in quite a few languages so it might not be Spanish?

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    • Zac Z
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      6 months agoReport

      I'm German so speaking German isn't a huge achievement, haha! I also speak French and Spanish, even though they become rusty if I don't use them regularly. - If you check out my answers here, I should probably pay attention what I say! ;-p

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