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Gender Feminine
Pronounced Pron. leh-o-NOR(Spanish)
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Meaning & History

Spanish and Portuguese form of ELEANOR. It was brought to Spain in the 12th-century by Eleanor of England, who married King Alfonso VIII of Castile.
Other Languages & CulturesEleonora(Bulgarian) Eleonora, Ellinor, Ella, Nora(Danish) Eleonora, Ellen, Noor, Noortje, Nora(Dutch) Eleanor, Elea, Eleanora, Eleanore, Elenora, Elinor, Ella, Elle, Ellie, Elly, Elnora, Leanora, Lenora, Lenore, Nell, Nelle, Nellie, Nelly, Nonie, Nora, Norah, Noreen, Norene(English) Eleonoora, Ella, Elli, Nelli, Noora(Finnish) Eléonore(French) Eleonora, Eleonore, Lore, Leonore, Nora(German) Eleonora(Greek) Eleonóra, Nóra(Hungarian) Eleonora, Leonora, Lora, Lorita, Nora, Norina(Italian) Eleonora, Nora(Latvian) Noor, Noortje(Limburgish) Eleonora, Ellinor, Ella, Nora(Norwegian) Aliénor(Occitan) Eleonora(Polish) Eleonora, Nelli(Russian) Eilionoir, Eilidh(Scottish) Eleonor, Eleonora, Ellinor, Ella, Nora(Swedish) Eleonora(Ukrainian)


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