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Eleonora is also Polish, not only Italian form of Eleanor. [noted -ed]
-- Manya  3/14/2006
Eleonora is also the German form of this name. There have been several German princesses and an Austrian empress (Eleonora Magdalena von der Pfalz-Neuburg, lived 1655 - 1720) with this name. [noted -ed]
-- KateB  5/10/2006
In Sweden the version Ellinor (and Elinor) is the most common.
-- Anonymous User  1/15/2007
Eleonora O'Flanagan was a 1920's bar owner who started the Eleonora's chain of bars.
-- LindaRosemary  2/25/2007
Eleonora di Toledo who later married Cosimo I and became Eleonora di Medici.
-- Missy  2/26/2007
Eleonora is also Czech form. Name Day: 21th February.
-- Maggie_Simpson  7/11/2007
Eleonora is the name of a short story by Edgar Allan Poe.
-- Akua Topaz  8/3/2008
In German it's pronounced e-le-o-NO-rah. [noted -ed]
-- mafiosa  8/6/2009
Quite pretty, it's become something like "Isabella" in the sense that it's cliche and affected, any European, classic-sounding, palatable name that authors give their teen romance protagonists. Like a buzzword. I much prefer Eleanor, because it maintains the melody but without the pretense.
-- beha  1/7/2010
It's an elegant name, but it's a bit of a mouthful. However, there's always the nickname Nora.
-- Athena Nike  3/8/2010
The heroine in Verdi's opera 'Il Trovatore'.
-- Anton  3/9/2010
It's so sweet and adorable. Nora is nice too.
-- Anonymous User  6/26/2010
Also the Croatian form. [noted -ed]
-- goricar  11/17/2010
This name is also frequently used in Georgia.

In Georgian, Eleonora is written as: ელეონორა.

A known bearer of this name is Eleonora Eksanishvili (b. 1919), a Georgian pianist, music educator and composer.
-- Lucille  6/6/2013
Ulrika Eleonora (1688–1741) was queen regnant of Sweden from 5 December 1718 to 29 February 1720, and then queen consort until her death.
-- Erme Ioainna  2/21/2014

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