Looks weird and you will never know how to pronounce it.
nylonpanda  12/24/2019
Bubbles293739  7/28/2019
Much better than Honour.
kayisforkeen  10/13/2018
This is my name, and one woman in each generation has borne the name for over 200 years. Our family is from Ireland, and I can categorically state that the "H" is indeed pronounced and that the emphasis is on the second syllable.
― Anonymous User  1/29/2016
In Avatar: The Last Airbender, Zuko was always concerned with "regaining his honor," so it became a running joke in the fandom that he named his daughter Honora (until her real name was revealed).

I think it's a pretty name.
― Anonymous User  1/21/2016
Honora is a family name, on my father's side. My aunt (and Godmother, now 98) holds it, as did my grandmother and now a cousin. My daughter intends to keep the tradition going.
jillie424  12/8/2015
This is a beautiful, rare name. It's pronounced like Ah-NOR-ah, and is a gorgeous alternative to Nora.
― Anonymous User  7/5/2015
I think this is a beautiful name. It's rare but not bizarre, and it has a feeling of class and sophistication to it. I first came across it when researching on Titanic victim Honora Fleming.
DaisyGraceBaker  6/26/2014
Pronounced ON-er-ah? Yech. Sounds very tacky and pseudo-fantasy like to me.
― Anonymous User  7/2/2013
This is amazing! I like it much better than Honor. I like Honor too, but Honora just seems more name-y to me, and the nickname Nora is stunning.
Skylar_Arianna  5/22/2013
It's best pronounced with a silent H. It sounds much prettier that way. I first encountered this name while doing genealogy research on my Irish ancestry. It's a very old name. I found reference to the name Honora as far back as 1346.
GibsonGirl  8/18/2011
This sounds almost Maori!
DidiGiraffe  7/8/2011
Wow. It's the word 'honor' with an 'a' stuck on the end. It's entitled, and not even pretty.
Aureliano  2/28/2010
When you read it, it's very obvious and slightly cheesy, but said aloud it's absolutely gorgeous. On-or-uh.
jolidanstitre  6/8/2008
This is my name. I was named after my great grandmother, and my family has always pronounced the name "Huh-nor-ah". I've also heard it pronounced "On-nor-ah", with the "H" silent, more like the word "honor".
Honora  10/27/2006
A beautiful name, rare but not strange. I love it.
nelirosala  6/26/2006

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