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Aurora probably came from the lights from the North/South Pole. The lights there are called the Aurora Lights, they're also visible in Iceland.
-- Miracle1980Olympics  4/13/2007
As an Italian name, Aurora is derived from the Latin word "Aurora," which is of Indo-European origin, and basically means, "Luminous; Dazzling." In the Medieval Ages it was adopted as a very common name, and known to mean, "As Beautiful And Luminous As The Dawn."
-- Francesca  12/2/2010
I absolutely loved this name for a future daughter, until I saw that the origins of the name had an Anti-Christian view. Aurora is the mother of the dawn in Roman mythology, and it is speculated that Aurora is the mother of the devil (the "light-bearer" in the Bible). I am somewhat heartbroken that such a beautiful and unique name can have such a dark connection to it, as I am a Christian, and very attuned to those things. Over my dead body, will my child have a name that carries any implication of being the Mother of HELL! So disappointed...
-- VigilantRogue  12/1/2016

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