Dolores
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The Latin word that this name comes from is "dolor" which means "sorrows".
-- wiswina  5/28/2005
In Spanish, dolores is the plural of dolor, which means "pain".
-- frangg23  11/16/2005
It means "PAINS" in Spanish.
-- Raphaelus  8/8/2006
For all those who think Dolores has an awful meaning, try to look at it with perspective. This name is associated with Virgin Mary of the Sorrows (Virgen María de los Dolores or La Dolorosa), and the pain she felt when her son was crucified. When parents give this name to a child, they usually do it in reference of the love Mary felt for her son. It's similar to other Spanish names such as Angustias, Piedad or Amargura.
-- Anonymous User  4/16/2016

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