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I believe there may be some Scottish root to this name. There is a Falls of Lora and a Beinn Lora, outside the village of Connel near Oban on the west coast of Scotland. I've found some sources which say that the falls were so called by Ossian the blind poet who mentions in his work a Dun-Lora, Lora's Heath and Battle of Lora among others. So far however, I haven't found a meaning.
Queen Mab  7/25/2005
I love this name and I like the way it's spelled. But I having trouble finding a middle name (other than Lee) to go with this name.
Tbird  9/22/2005
My mom's name is Lora, and I LOVE IT! It is a better spelling than Laura, in my opinion!
Miamaya  3/10/2006
I like this name spelled Lorah, because it is the most unique form of Laura.
smartblonde  6/29/2006
I think a lot of names go with Lora as a middle name. My middle name is Heather which I love. I also like Lynn, and traditional names seem to go well like Jane, Marie, Anne, Grace, Kate or Elisabeth.
reniannen17  7/30/2006
This is rarely used in Germany today. Many girls are named Laura instead.
JHK  9/3/2006
Lora means dark brown in Spanish.
― Anonymous User  4/13/2007
I've always said it: "LORE-ah".
Emmasj  7/9/2007
"Lora" is a very used in Bulgaria.
iva_toneva  11/25/2007
Lora Hart was a character played by Barbara Stanwyck in the 1931 movie, 'Night Nurse'.
MariaNikolaievnaRoma  3/6/2008
I have only head this name a few times, but every time I heard it it was always pronounced LOW-rah.
― Anonymous User  3/20/2008
This name is ok, unless you add an 'a' in front of the 'l' making Alora which is simply stunning!
Dragon_Clarinet  8/7/2008
My mom's name is Lora, some people call her Lori. I like it, it is very classic & simple at the same time.
sysie  11/14/2008
I have heard that it is the common name for a flower in Swedish, but I haven't confirmed this.
emmy9612  1/18/2009
Also a Scottish variant of Laura, taken from Ben Lora and the Falls of Lora in Argyll, Scotland.
sjm1789  10/29/2009
My name is Alora. I go by Lora sometimes!
Alora  11/15/2009
I like this name, it has a lot of history and sounds nice. Alora.
― Anonymous User  2/12/2010
Also used in Croatia.
Sofia  7/20/2010
The name Lora was given to 57 baby girls born in the US in 2012.
Oohvintage  7/19/2013
The name Lora was given to 61 girls born in the US in 2015.
HerculePoirot  6/16/2016
I don't like this spelling. I prefer "Laura".
DundiculutNicholas  1/6/2017
Lora is a beautiful name regardless of how it is spelled. This is my sister's name. Her middle name is Aimee (pronounced A-may). Absolutely a pretty, feminine name. A timeless classic.
Graceful1  2/8/2018

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