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Doria actually has a Greek origin, and it means "of the sea" or "from Doris," a Greek city. Doros is also a legendary Greek hero.
― Anonymous User  5/3/2018
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Megan Markle's mom is named is Doria :D.
fortheworld  5/3/2018
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My name is Doria, and I'm a girl from 2004. It's unique and I like it.
― Anonymous User  5/2/2018
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5 girls born in the USA (2015) were given Doria.
lilolaf  8/4/2016
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Doria Shafiq (1908–1975) was one of the very first women who led to the women's liberation movement in Egypt in the early 1950s. (Could this name be Egyptian?)
babycrookston  6/28/2010
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In Inkdeath, by Cornelia Funke, there is a character called Doria except he is a boy. I really like Doria on a boy. I was shocked when I saw on here that it was a girls name.
― Anonymous User  1/3/2009
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I actually find the name pretty, and it doesn't sound out of place in English-speaking countries like Daria sort of does. The name is simply too close to Dorian, which comes from an Oscar Wilde play, and I hate that man.
slight night shiver  5/21/2008

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