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Coral is Marlin's wife and Nemo's mother in the movie "Finding Nemo."
-- breakofday  12/30/2005
This would be a good name for a mermaid.
-- FairyGirl  5/27/2006
Coral is also an orangey pink colour.
-- Anonymous User  8/28/2006
I don't like very much this name, but there are names worse than Coral.
-- Keira_111  9/14/2006
I would name a peach colored mermaid Coral. I love this name.
-- Sparky221  4/12/2007
I think the name Coral is gorgeous! I might name a daughter Coral.
-- DontDissMadison  5/1/2007
Oh my God this is such a cool name! Wow, it sounds really hippyish! Wow I love it!
-- twinkle toes  5/2/2007
I like it, for both genders.
-- tigerlilly  5/12/2007
Latinization of the Greek "κόρη ἁλός" (kora+halos) meaning "maiden of the sea".
-- Coral  1/8/2008
It's nice but it's sounds like something you'd name a fish.
-- Anonymous User  2/16/2008
It's quite a lovely name, but Cora, Coralie, and Coralyn sound more like actual names. They're also prettier. I do like the name, but people can be cruel and immature, and a girl named Coral might have the first letter of her name covered or erased on a few occasions, and she might get comments like ''Coral, gimme oral''. Sigh.
-- slight night shiver  5/19/2008
I know a girl with this name that pronounces it cor-AWL.
-- Likeyeahwhatev  4/3/2009
Facts about the color Coral:
- Desire and passion is the symbolic meaning of a Coral-colored rose.
- In some sects of Hinduism, Coral red instead of red is shown as being the color which represents the first chakra in Hindu philosophy.

Also, Coraline - the title character of Neil Gaiman's popular book, made into a film - is derived from the name Coral.
-- Anonymous User  8/13/2009
My name is Coral. Even though loads of people say it's a lovely and a beautiful name, some people do make fun of this name saying "aren't you meant to be under the sea, you can't live here as it's not the correct environment (in geology)". This name means seastone, maiden of the sea and a few others.
I think this name is lovely. Also, it is not a abbreviation of the name Coraline or any other name.
-- maiden of the sea  1/30/2013
Coral is such a beautiful, unique name. :)
-- Anonymous User  7/24/2015
This name is also used as a Spanish name.
In Spain, it was first given around the end of the 18th century and the start of the 19th century. It was rarely or very uncommonly used until around the 1980s and 1990s when it became more commonly used.
-- m4yb3_daijirou  2/27/2016

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