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The name Nastia is a name of Russian origins and the meaning of Nastia is ‘resurrection’. It comes from the Russian transcription, 'Настя', which translates as ‘nastya’. This is actually the Latinised variant of the Greek word, 'aναστάσιος' or ‘anastasios’, which also means ‘resurrection’. Resurrection is the act of bringing something back to life. Resurrection is an important concept that is seen in Christianity, with Jesus Christ coming back to life on the third day after his crucification. There was a forth century saint named Saint Nastia. One famous sporting figure with this name was the famous Olympic gymnast known as Nastia Liukin. She was the All Around Olympic Champion in 2008 and won five Olympic medals across her career. She was also World Champion twice on the balance beam and once on the uneven bars. There are also many other variations to this name such as Nastya, Anastasiya, Anastasia and Anastasius.

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Nastia is most often associated with the gender: female.

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Locations featuring Nastia

Nasta
Bastia Umbra
Nastiatium Street
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Songs About Nastia

SuperGirl (Nastia Liukin's Theme Song)
Enfant de la Lune (feat. Nastia)
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