Born vs Nat - What's the difference?

born | nat |


As nouns the difference between born and nat

is that born is while nat is a groove, a fold.

As a pronoun nat is

.

born

English

(wikipedia born)

Etymology 1

From the verb (term).

Verb

(head)
  • ; given birth to.
  • Adjective

    (-)
  • Well suited to (some behaviour or occupation), as though from birth.
  • * 1942 , Storm Jameson, Then we shall hear singing: a fantasy in C major
  • I ought really to have called him my sergeant. He's a born' sergeant. That's as much as to say he's a ' born scoundrel.
    Derived terms
    * born in a barn * born leader * born loser * born killer * born-again * firstborn * highborn * low-born * newborn * stillborn * twice-born
    See also
    * borne

    Etymology 2

    Dialectal variant of (burn).

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • (Geordie) A stream.
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    Verb

  • (Geordie) With fire.
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    Statistics

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    nat

    English

    Acronym

    (Acronym) (head)
  • (Internet) A network function whereby one network address is rewritten (translated) to another address: Network Address Translation is frequently used to allow multiple network nodes (computers or inter-networked devices) to share a single internet (or local network) IP address. NAT may be used in "one to one", "many to one", or "one to many" types of configurations.
  • (Internet) A device that implements that network function; a NAT firewall.
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