Translation of natal in Spanish:

natal

natal, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈneɪdl//ˈneɪt(ə)l/

adjective

literary

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    (land) natal
    his natal day su natalicio formal
    • Most women give birth in their natal households, to which they return when childbirth is near.
    • Unlike the stereotype of salmon returning unerringly to their natal streams, salmon are innately resilient and opportunistic.
    • Although natal teeth are frequently found in normal infants, they are more often present in newborns with cleft palate.
    • Instead, it offered information that might satisfy children's future curiosity about natal origins.
    • Sharp-shinned Hawks tend to use specific flyways during migration, which reflect their natal or breeding origins.
    • The first was the birth or natal status of the child defined by social and canonical conventions, and the social status of the parents.
    • Purdah is observed much more loosely and sometimes not at all by women when they are with their natal families.
    • The location and aspects of the ascendant's ruler also hold a great deal of importance in natal evaluation.
    • Similarly, of the 39 juveniles that departed, 35% departed to a wetland unit not in their natal region.
    • This was a fate shared by many women in this time, a result of a high birth rate and poor natal care.
    • The Aphelops bias is similar and could be explained as a natal birth bias.
    • The young fish spend at least a year in the natal stream before moving downstream to the sea or into lakes.
    • Another aspect of their subordination is that children's natal origins could be erased in the process of their circulation.
    • In this model, naive females accompany experienced females to nesting beaches regardless of the natal beach of origin.
    • Young salmon spend up to three years in their natal streams before migrating to the sea.