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Gender Feminine
Usage German
Pronounced Pron. KO-ra
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Meaning & History

German variant of CORA.
VariantsCora, Nele
Masculine FormCornelius
Other Languages & CulturesCorinna, Korinna(Ancient Greek) Cornelia(Ancient Roman) Kornelija(Croatian) Kornélie, Nela(Czech) Cornelia, Cokkie, Corrie, Corry, Lia, Lieke, Neeltje, Nele(Dutch) Cora, Corinna, Corinne, Cornelia, Coreen, Coretta, Corie, Corina, Corine, Corrie, Corrina, Corrine, Corynn, Korrine(English) Corinne, Cornélie(French) Korina(Greek) Cora, Kore, Korë(Greek Mythology) Kornélia(Hungarian) Corinna, Cornelia(Italian) Kornelia(Polish) Corina, Cornelia(Romanian) Kornelija(Serbian) Kornélia(Slovak)
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