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The lost Lenore!
― Anonymous User  11/8/2018
I prefer other variants.
kayisforkeen  10/18/2018
I think Lenore has a beautiful, flowing sound to it, and it has made more of an impression on me than “Lenora”. Lenore would make a good first or second name. As for nicknames, you could go by “Nora.”.
― Anonymous User  6/14/2018
The name Lenore was given to 29 girls born in the US in 2016.
― Anonymous User  2/28/2018
From the Latin name Lenis meaning "mild, gentle, calm," or the Greek name Lux meaning "light."
Ria Eshwar  2/5/2017
The name Lenore was given to 67 girls born in the US in 2015.
HerculePoirot  6/16/2016
The name Lenore was given to 38 baby girls born in the US in 2012.
Oohvintage  7/19/2013
Lenore seems kind of dull to me. I prefer Lenora.
― Anonymous User  6/17/2013
In the 2011 film "The Green Hornet," Cameron Diaz portrays "Lenore Case," as a supporting actress. Lenore Case is the brains behind many of the plans Britt Reid (The Green Hornet) and Kato take on-- though unknown to her at the beginning.

Directed by Michael Gondry.
Writing credits go to Seth Rogan, Evan Goldberg, and George W. Trendle.
Francesca  3/3/2011
Quite sorry, Lenore!
EmilyOlive  5/29/2009
Thanks a lot Emily, my name is Lenore, it's so nice to hear that mere mention of me will cause grating in your ears.

People often horribly butcher my name. French call me Leo-nor which doesn't make any sense, Germans call me Len-or-eh which phonetically makes sense. In America most people assume that my name is really Lauren.

Also, everyone who hears the name will think your parents are obsessed with Edgar Allen Poe. I was actually named for my Grandmother "Lenora". I sometimes use the Poe connection as a joking way of blaming my parents for my entry into the Goth scene.
upon_her_eyes  1/27/2009
Lenore sounds harsh and grating to me. The very mention of the name, to be entirely truthful, gives me a touch of a headache.
EmilyOlive  11/28/2008
Lenore is dark, dramatic, and elegant, and I think much less old-fashioned than Eleanor. Still, I'm not sure how good of a first name it would make.
― Anonymous User  7/11/2008
In the cartoon "King of the Hill", Bill Dotrieve's trashy ex-wife is "Lenore". This is probably why, although I absolutely love this name, and plan using it for a future daughter, I prefer the spelling "Leonore".
susiejean  5/22/2008
In the UK, Lenore is a type of fabric softerner.
― Anonymous User  3/7/2008
I'm positively enamored of Lenore -- I find it both sprightly and stately. ♥
Wordsmith  3/2/2008
It is such a pretty, mysterious, and melodic name.
― Anonymous User  2/19/2008
I love this name, maybe even more than Eleanor. The problem I have is with nicknames. The only one I've heard of is Lee and I don't like that, so I suppose that I would use Eleanor nicknames instead. I think of a woman elegant in both background and nature. I would want to be thought of in that way. Some think that the name alludes to death and depression, but I think of calm when I read that poem. Lenore is a truly lovely name.
livieluvbug  11/30/2007
Lenore is also a Greek name meaning light.
french88diamond  7/19/2007
Lenore is also a comic character by Roman Dirge based on the story by Allan Poe, with lots of black humor and a gothic ambient.
― Anonymous User  7/12/2007
In the animated comedy King of the Hill, Lenore is the name of Bill Dauterive's flighty ex-wife.
― Anonymous User  5/22/2007
Maybe it's the connotation it's gotten with the poem, but I always think of a beautiful, tragic, serious person when I think of a Lenore. Definitely a pretty name, though.
― Anonymous User  4/30/2007
Lenore was also a poem by Edgar Allan Poe, presumably about the same person as in The Raven. What a beautiful poem. One of my favorites.
dramaelf  8/7/2006
Love this name. Very melodious and mysterious.
kookiemonster71  7/24/2006
In Edgar Allen Poe's famous poem, "The Raven", Lenore is the name of the lost love.
― Anonymous User  5/5/2006

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