What does the word Nata mean?

Usage examples for Nata

  1. Scriptor: Honoratum si forte reponis Achillem, Impiger, Iracundus, Inexorabilis, Acer, Jura neget sibi nata. – Eighteenth Century Essays on Shakespeare by D. Nichol Smith
  2. Poor anxious- minded Nata, who moved us both to pity and repulsion, it was impossible not to admire her efforts to keep her stolid inarticulate husband in the right path and her intense wild animal- like love of her children- the three dirty- faced English- looking offspring of her strange marriage, and Dardo, her firstborn, the son of the wind. – Far Away and Long Ago by W. H. Hudson
  3. And that for preservation of Religion, and preventing all such evill in time- coming, Generall Assemblies rightly constitute, as the proper and competent judge of all matters Ecclesiasticall, heereafter be kept yearly and oftner, pro re nata, as occasion and necessity shall require; The necessity of these occasionall Assemblies being first remonstrate to His Majestie by humble supplication: As also that Kirk Sessions, Presbyteries and Synodall Assemblies, be constitute and observed, according to the order of this Kirk. – The-Acts-Of-The-General-Assemblies-of-the-Church-of-Scotland by Church of Scotland. General Assembly

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