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Eleanora Fagan was Billie Holiday's birth name.
-- ars musica  4/7/2006
I think this is a pretty name, but if I had this name I would rather be called 'Nora'.
-- Katya_4_Ever  12/31/2006
Eleanor was my grandmother's middle name. I much prefer Eleanora to Eleanor for some reason and hope that I can use it as a middle name for a daughter someday. I think that Eleanora sounds practical yet beautiful. I also like the "nora" at the end because I very much like the musical artist Norah Jones.
-- mom2zeke  2/2/2009
I really like this name, I have a younger sister named Eleanor, and my mum sometimes, when calling her, calls her Eleanora. I don't know why she does that, but I suppose it's to add a bit of eccentricity to the summons. :)
-- walesgal92  7/24/2010
I extremely dislike this name, it reminds me of floral sofas that my grandma used to covet... it's loads better than most tryndee new-fangled creations like Hayley and Kaylee.
It also comes with the nickname Nell, which I love. Eleanor and Elinor may be a tad better.
-- DaphneSusan  2/1/2011
This is really pretty. :) I like it.
-- Joy12  4/23/2011
Can also be spelled Ellanora.
-- lakin5  10/17/2011
Unsure if she was a real person, but Eleanora was Edgar Allen Poe's love in the short story "Eleanora" although she was his cousin in the story and she died in the end, the way he talks about her sounds very beautiful. Because of the story the name reminds me of a beautiful valley.
-- lovewn  12/11/2011
I think this is awesome! It's a lovely combination of Ella and Nora that happens to be a legitimate name, and I love the spelling!
-- Skylar_Arianna  5/22/2013
The name Eleanora was given to 66 baby girls born in the US in 2012. It's a beautiful and unique alternative to Eleanor, which seems to be rising in the charts.
-- Oohvintage  7/19/2013

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