[ 2 syll. lo-ra, lor-a ] The baby girl name Lora is pronounced LAOR-ae (English) †. Lora's language of origin is Spanish, Old Provençal, and Latin, and it is predominantly used in Spanish, Italian, Russian, English, German, and Slavic.
In addition, Lora is a variant form of the English, German, and Spanish Dolores in the Spanish language.
Lora is also a pet form of the English Eleanor in the Italian language.
Lora is also a variant form of the English, German, Italian, Polish, and Russian Flora in the Russian language.
Lora is also a spelling variant of Laura in the English, German, and Slavic languages.
The name Lora is widely used; it has 52 variant forms that are used in English and foreign languages. English variant forms include Lorabelle, Lorae, Lorah, Loraleen, Loralle, Lorand, Loranna, Lorant, Loreanna, Loreen, Lorel, Lorelle, Lorene, Lorenna, Lorey, Lori, Loria, Lorial, Lorian, Loriana, Loriane, Loriann, Lorianna, Lorianne, Loribelle, Lorie, Loriel, Lorilla, Lorilynn, and Lorina. Other English variants include the pet forms Loree, Lorita, Lorretta, Lorrette, Lorrie, Lorry, and Lory. The German Lore is a variant form of Lora that is used in foreign languages.
Variant forms share the origin and thus the meaning of the name Lora.
Lora is a rare baby name for girls. At the modest peak of its usage in 1968, 0.088% of baby girls were named Lora. Its ranking then was #203. The baby name has since suffered a steep drop in frequency, and is of only sporadic use today. In 2018, out of the group of girl names directly related to Lora, Eleanor was the most regularly used.
† Pronunciation for Lora: L as in "lay (L.EY)" ; AO as in "ought (AO.T)" ; R as in "race (R.EY.S)" ; AE as in "at (AE.T)"