Auri meaning and origin
Queer unisex name Auri is majorly used in Finnish, Swedish and Danish has origin in English. Auri is variant form of long standing and noteworthy Aura. Aura is a version of dominant and venerable Aurora. Also Aura is variation of frequently used and ceaseless Aurelia. Aura is also version of commonly accepted Rosaura. Queer English, Greek and Old Norse Aura, meaning of Aura is "Wind, The Aura and Breeze".
Variants of AuriNames that rhyme with Auri
Popularity of Auri
Auri is a familiar baby name in United States, it has been in use since 1981 and was able to reach the top 3000 names. Recently in 2017, it ranked 2445th when 73 girl were named Auri. Over 496 babies in United States have been named Auri. The moniker is a rare baby name in England and Wales however it is still in use. But Auri is a popular baby name in Brazil where every 1 in 40000 have the name. At least, 9000 people globally have carried Auri as their given name according to our evaluation.
Auri in Nordic countries
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Numerological aspects of Auri
Your creativity allows you to express your emotions. You can win anyone's attention with your charm. It's time you focus on your career. You actually believe that everyone deserves a second chance but they don't, especially not the people who've hurt you on purpose once. You are not like other people. You can't get used to a boring life and monotony. You are able to resist any temptation because you focus on things that matter all the time.
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Namesakes of Auri
- Auri Dias Faustino, Brazilian retired footballer