Heidelore

Heidelore meaning and origin

Gender: Girl
Origin: Old Greek
Usage: German, Swedish and Danish
Meaning: Heide and Lore
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Majorly used in Danish, Swedish and German, Heidelore means "Heide or Lore". It is rooted from Old Greek is used for baby girls. Heidelore is compound of HEID and unexpected LOR. Heidelore is compound of HEID and unexpected LOR.

Variants of Heidelore

Adalhaid, Heibrith, Annelore

View middle names that goes with Heidelore like Elna, Llon, Cera,

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Popularity of Heidelore

Heidelore is a common baby name in Germany while it is somewhat familiar in Austria. At least, 4000 people globally have been given the name as per our findings.

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Numerological analysis of Heidelore

It seems like cruel, evil, and trickery people can't hang around you for too long. Find out what your passion is. Stop trying to fit in. You are never bored. Even when you are alone. People aren't always as nice as they seem. And your gentle heart can't take disappointments. Having letter H as your cornerstone represents your strong mental health. You often get involved with people who have a hard time to express how they actually feel.

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