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It's pronounced ow-rel-YAH-noh. (The first syllable rhymes with cow.) [noted -ed]
-- Phoenix Flower  10/7/2005
I think that all of the male names that share a root with this name, including Aurelius, are really, really enjoyable. Although I have not read the book (yet), I believe that Aureliano is a major character in the magical realism novel "One Hundred Years of Solitude" by Gabriel Garcia Marquez.
-- SerabelleScabies  12/22/2007
There's a feminine form of this name - Aureliana. [noted -ed]
-- Anonymous User  1/22/2010
In addition to Spanish, this is the Italian form of Aurelianus. [noted -ed]
-- bananarama  3/3/2010
I also came to know of this name through the novel ONE HUNDRED YEARS OF SOLITUDE. Colonel Aureliano fathers seventeen[!] sons bearing the same name...

I feel this name is somewhat stodgy, with an air of authority to it... How can it not, when the old term for a person studying butterflies is "aurelian" [vs the proper term, lepidopterist].

I'm glad a commentator mentioned there is a feminine form. It sounds pretty, prefer it over the masculine version. Besides, what other names are associated with butterflies?
-- arxsyn  5/9/2012

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