Dolorese name meaning

Updated: May 30th, 2024
Gender: Girl
Origin: Spanish
Pronunciation: pronunciation of Dolorese
Meaning: Pain and Pain, Sorrows
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What does Dolorese mean?

Far-out Dolorese is originated from Spanish is a baby girl name. Dolorese is derivation of Dolores. Dolores means The Sorrows, Pain and Pain, Sorrows has its origin in Spanish.

Middle Names for Dolorese

Aneesa, Yaen, Colette, view more middle names that goes with Dolorese

How popular is the name Dolorese?

Dolorese is a rare baby name in United States, chances of it being still in use are very slim since it isn't seen since 1932. At least, 100 people globally have carried Dolorese as their given name according to our findings.

[1] Source: Social Security Administration


What numerology tells about Dolorese?

In love, you act childish and don't care much about the feelings of your partner because you start relationships without falling in love first. Once you fall in love, everything changes. Your friends enjoy your sarcasm and dark sense of humor. You often make other feel like they are better than you in order to make them feel good about themselves. Daydreaming is your specialty but unlike most people, you try to make your dreams come true.

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Famous people named Dolorese

We could not find any notable namesake.


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