|Subject:||Just how modern is Ora?|
|Author:||Cambria (Authenticated as Korrine)|
|Date:||June 26, 2006 at 9:02:19 AM|
I'm just curious, b/c I looked up my great-great-grandfather's name (Ora) and the site states that it's a "modern name." My ancestor was born in the mid-1800's in Germany, so does "modern" mean "in the last 200 years?" Or is Ora in this case some variant of a Germanic name? Any thoughts will be greatly appreciated.
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