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It sounds like a French person saying "horror".
― Anonymous User  12/20/2007
"Aurore" and "aube" are the two French word for "dawn", but only "Aurore" is used as a first name.
Marie-Amelie  5/24/2008
Aurore Gagnon was a young girl from Québec who died from abuse at the hands of her parents, particularly her stepmother, in 1920. The case involving her death greatly affected Québecois history.
scholasticastewart  7/8/2008
nicole_10107  9/15/2009
Aurore Dudevant was the real name of George Sand. She was a novelist and lover of the great composer Chopin. She wore men's clothes, smoked cigars, and refused to be barred from places that most women were normally not permitted in her day. A very fiesty woman I admire, though I prefer the English version of her name, Aurora.
britto08  9/16/2009
Pretty sound and imagery.
bathos  12/30/2010
I like it much more than Aurora. It rolls off the tongue better and it's not as common.
Black_X  10/9/2011
I don't like Aurora, but this is a pretty variant.
AnastasiaE  10/5/2012
In French translations of Homer's "Iliad" and "Odyssey", the epithet accompanying the goddess of dawn is "l'Aurore aux doigts de rose", "the rosy-fingered Dawn".
The Greek version of her name is Eôs.
Moony  4/11/2013
This was the name of Sleeping Beauty's daughter in the original version of the story by Charles Perrault (which has a second part after the wedding of the prince and princess). The ballet by Tchaikovsky applied the name to Sleeping Beauty herself, and Disney used it in the English form Aurora.
Buneary  1/12/2014
So beautiful. I would pick this over Aurora, as the latter is becoming far too common and stale.
RoseTintsMyWorld  5/9/2016
My name is Tatum Arore, my middle name is spelled differently but pronounced the same. I have always loved it.
Tatumarore  3/24/2017

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