Complete Definition of "Laura"

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English

Alternative spellings
Lora

Etymology
Latin feminine form of laurus, laurel tree. A post-classical name made famous by Petrarch's sonnets to Laura in the fourteenth century.

Pronunciation
Rhymes: Rhymes:English:-ÉËrÉ|-ÉËrÉ

Proper noun
Laura

  1. given name|female.

Translations
trans-top|female given name
Danish: Laura
Dutch: Laura
Finnish: Laura
French: Laure
German: Laura
trans-mid
Greek: ÎαÏÏα [Ëlav.ra] f, ÎάοÏÏα [Ëla.u.ra]
Italian: Laura
Latin: Laura
Norwegian: Laura
Romanian: Laura
Spanish: Laura
Swedish: Laura
trans-bottom

Related terms
Laurel, Lauren, Laurie, Loretta, Lori, Lorraine


Danish

Proper noun
Laura

  1. given name|female||da: of Latin origin.

Finnish

Proper noun
fi-noun|Laur|typekala|propertrue

  1. given name|female||fi: of Latin origin.

German

Proper noun
Laura

  1. given name|female||de: of Latin origin.

Italian

Proper noun
Laura

  1. given name|female||it:.

Norwegian

Proper noun
Laura

  1. given name|female||no: of Latin origin.

Swedish

Proper noun
Laura

  1. given name|female||sv: of Latin origin.

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Revision and Credits for"Laura"
  • 2007-10-29 18:58 - Mutante - Undo revision 3228828 by [[Special:Contributions/81.241.62.73|81.241.62.73]] ([[User talk:81.241.62.73|Talk]])

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