[ 2 syll. au-dra, aud-ra ] The baby girl name Audra is also used as a boy name, though the use for girls is far more popular. It is pronounced as AO-DRah- †. Audra's language of origin is Lithuanian, Old English, and Germanic. It is predominantly used in English, Latvian, Lithuanian, and French. From Lithuanian roots, its meaning is 'storm' - in this context, Audra can be used in the English, Latvian, and Lithuanian languages.
In addition, Audra is a form of the English and French Audrey.
Audra is also a form (English) of the German Edeltraud.
Audra is also a form of the English Etheldreda.
Audra is an unusual baby girl name. Its usage peaked modestly in 1967 with 0.067% of baby girls being named Audra. It was #246 in rank then. The baby name has fallen from favor since then, and is currently of only irregular use. In 2018, among the family of girl names directly related to Audra, Audrey was the most widely used. In the last century Audra has primarily been a baby girl name.
† Pronunciation for Audra: AO as in "ought (AO.T)" ; D as in "day (D.EY)" ; R as in "race (R.EY.S)" ; AH as in "mud (M.AH.D)"