User comments for Lenora (Meaning / History Only)

The name was not invented in the Soviet Union.
Lenora is listed in the UK birth registers since at least 1570.
― Anonymous User  3/13/2016
It may have been invented in the Soviet Union in the 1910's, but it had been around in the United States for at least 30 years before that.
― Anonymous User  9/2/2013
Lenora was one of the invented names most common and popular in the Soviet Union from about 1917-1940. It was a smushing-together of the first letters in each word of the phrase "Lenin is our weapon." As far as these invented Soviet names go, this is one of the ones that looks and sounds pretty normal.
Anyechka  6/7/2013
The name Lenora, is Old English. It means torch. I think this name is very pretty.
camille1  11/8/2005

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