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Na·than

 (nā′thən)
In the Bible, a prophet during the reigns of David and Solomon.

Nathan

(ˈneɪθən)
n
(Bible) Old Testament a prophet at David's court (II Samuel 7:1–17; 12:1–15)

Na•than

(ˈneɪ θən)

n.
1. a prophet during the reigns of David and Solomon. II Sam. 12; I Kings 1:34.
2. George Jean, 1882–1958, U.S. drama critic.
Translations
Nathan
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But the achievement of Brooks' narrative, channeled principally through the perceptive eye and voice of the prophet Natan, is to create a David who is much more than the traditional brave warrior, powerful ruler and singer of psalms.
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