Aurora meaning, origin, history | Meaning of name

Name: Aurora No. of characters: 6 Gender: Girl Origin of Aurora: Latin
How to pronounce Aurora au-ro-ra What does my name mean? Meaning of Aurora: Dawn

Baby name Aurora is originated from the Latin aurora meaning "dawn" The name was borne in the Roman mythology by the goddess of dawn and by the princess in the popular fairy tale Sleeping Beauty. A famous bearer of the name is Aurora Arias (born 1962) who is a Dominican Republican writer, journalist and astrologer. Another notable bearer of the name is Aurora Miranda da Cunha Richaid who was a Brazilian singer and actress. Her main film includes The Three Caballeros, where she danced with Donald Duck and José Carioca, singing the song, "Os Quindins de Yayá". Aurora Hawthorne is also the title character name in Aurora the Magnificent which is a novel written by Gertrude Hall.

Aurora is the name we choose to honor the Roman goddess of the morning, but beside the splendid sound of it, Aurora means much more, as the light in its core carries a bright future for the one who is called by it. Whether you decide on it for the Latin meaning or the fact that it is a light bringer, universal in its core, Aurora still remains as a name magical before anything else, and plus, it still isn’t as common, as it is considered a partly bohemian name, which some parents still avoid for numerous range of superstitions.

Aurora was ranked 912 in 2018 list of US boys name and dropped by 31.60% from its previous ranking of 693 in 1982. Aurora was ranked 43 in 2018 US female names list and elevated by 15.69% from its previous ranking of 51 in 2017.

Full form of Aurora : Authoritative Untiring Righteous Outspoken Religious Alluring

Aurora is a rare first name for a girl in England & Wales which is a rare name since 1996 and ranked 200 in 2014. Only 1242 people have Aurora as their first name. Aurora is a very consistent name over the past 18 years.

Aurora is a very very popular first name for a girl in United States which is popular since 1921 and ranked 79 (0.091192% bearer) in 2015 in US. Around 43705 people wear Aurora as their first name. Aurora is a rare first name for a boy in United States which is a rare name since 1880 and ranked 79 (0.091192% bearer) in 2015 in US. Only 43705 people have Aurora as their first name. Aurora is not a native United States and Aurora may be came from another language or is a short form of some other name. 0.012226% of people in US have this given name.

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Expression number of Aurora is 11.

Aurora have high energy levels, just like a child. Aurora are highly sensitive and possess a high sense of awareness. Aurora are gifted with a sixth-sense, in addition to discerning and inspiring qualities.

Names that rhyme with Aurora Arora, AvroraFamous people named Aurora
Aurora Sánchez in ¡Apaga la luz! as Actress
Aurora Carbonell in Radio Pirata as Actress
Aurorah Allain in Clerks II as Actress
Aurora Nossen in Henrik Jonssons forunderlige siste dager as Actress
Aurora Blue in Tom Sawyer & Huckleberry Finn as Actress
Aurora Cortez in Ally McFeal as Actress
Aurora Bergere in Gone Girl as Make-Up Department
Aurora Bautista in La tía Tula as Actress
Aurora Jolie in Cum in My Booty as Actress
Celia Aurora de Blas in Incredible Girl as Actress
Aurora Bertrana Salazar was a Spanish writer.
Aurora Alonso in TV series Amor en silencio as Actress
  • Aurora Cornu characterized the central character of Aurora, the novelist in 1970 drama, romance movie Le genou de Claire.
  • In 1916, Aurora Fúlgida portrayed the role of Maria da Glória and Lucíola in romance film Lucíola.
  • Aurora Martínez portrayed the important role of Lorena Alba in 1993 action and crime flick Herencia homicida.
  • In 2006, Aurora Quattrocchi characterized the role of Fortunata Mancuso in drama and history film Nuovomondo.
  • Aurora del Real characterized small character of N in 1924 drama flick Atavismo.
  • Aurora Ruiz Romero, from 1927 0 film Rocío Dalbaicín, who characterized N.
  • In 1951 comedy, drama film, A.T.M.: ¡¡A toda máquina!!, Aurora Segura characterized Guillermina.
  • In 1973 action flick, Hulihin si Tiagong Akyat, Aurora Salve played N.
  • Aurora Papile, from 2015 comedy movie A la mala, who characterized the Kika.
  • Aurora Herrera played important role of N in 1921 drama film Carnaval trágico.
  • In 1980 comedy, romance movie, Mireasa din tren, Aurora Leonte characterized N.
  • Aurora Sevilla characterized key role of N in 1992 action, drama movie Totoy Buang: Mad killer ng maynila.
  • In 1974, Aurora Pijuan played the role of N in action, drama movie Sunugin ang Samar.
  • Aurora Ares characterized the leading role of segment "Mexico City" in 2008 drama film Tres caminos.
  • Aurora Grabill, from 2010 horror and mystery movie Heaven and Hell, who portrayed the Lilith.
  • Aurora Dizon, from 1948 drama film Matimtiman, who characterized N.
  • Aurora Cossio, from 2012 comedy flick All'ultima spiaggia, who played the Carmen.
  • Names like Aurora Aurora Namesakes Related Names: English: Eolande, Dawn, Aura (Breeze, Warm, Burning with Enthusiasm, The Aura), Auryare (Gentle Music, Derivative of Aurear), French: Orson (Bear Like, Ormond's Son, Like a Bear), Other: Zorica, Zora (Old Slavic), Rora (Short form of Aurora), Aurorah , Aurea (Late Roman) (Noble Strength, Nobility), Aure , Arora, Posts having Aurora: Comments :Aurora is a name feminine of origin Latin in its variant in Spanish. Its meaning is clear, 'aurora', 'dawn'; is a name used to predict the beauty and brightness of the aurora. In Roman mythology, Aurora is the deity who personifies the dawn. The first name Aurora is very rare in Germany. In Italy the first name Aurora was awarded very common in the 2000s. It was always among the ten most common first. Comes from the Latin Aurora (which means precisely " dawn ") ; etymologically, continues the Old Latin ausosa, perhaps derived from the Sabine Ausel, the name of a deity solar, or from the Latin aurum, gold, still connected to Indo-European root * peri- od, * aues "shine", "shedding light", which also forms greek Ἠώς ( Heos ), "lights." Variants of the name are Aurore, Aurora. - Sherrie Keltner Popularity of Aurora

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