Lorella meaning and origin
Lorella means Laurel used for girls and is used predominantly in Italian has its origin in Latin. Lorella is shortened form of Lora. Lora is variation of all time favorite, well-liked and biblical Dolores. Also Lora is variant of durable and prevailing Flora. Lora is also variant of popular and enduring Eleonora. Lora is also form of eternal and widely accepted Loretta. Lora is also form of Lorentia. Lora is short form of EleonorEleonora. Also Lora is diminutive of Eleonore. Lora is also a short of Eleanor. Lora is Slavic equivalent of Laura. Lora means Laurel Wreath, Ready for Battle and Wealth and Honor is rooted from Old Provençal and Greek. It is celebrated on October 19th.
Variants of Lorella
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Popularity of Lorella
Lorella is an uncommon baby name in United States, 45 years of presence was not sufficient to save the name and it finally disappeared in 1976. Over 345 babies in United States have been named Lorella. Also, it appeared first time in 2001 on baby girl names list of England and Wales. In France, it has been in use since 1958 but could not make beyond the top 700. There are over 226 babies that have been given the name Lorella in France.
But Lorella is a popular baby name in Italy where every 1 in 3000 have the name. According to our evaluation, at least 20000 people have been bestowed Lorella around the globe.
Here's what numbers has to say about Lorella
You lack responsibility and commitment. Work on your personal progress. It's so hard to find someone who fights for true values and doesn't pretend to be something he's not. Letter A at the end of your name foreshadows your high ambition to become someone in life. Mistakes are the only way to become better at something. In order to truly succeed in life, you have to work on your personality first.
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- Tarcisio - Dominantly used in Italian, Tarcisio means "Tarsila" and is bestowed upon boys is rooted from Latin
- Raffaela - Persistent and Rare Raffaela notably is used in Italian is a girl name, rooted from Hebrew, meaning of Raffaela is "God has Healed or God Heals"
- Piero - Rare boy name Piero is rooted from Old Greek, commonly used in Italian language, meaning of Piero is "The Stone or The Rock"
- Cirillo - Used in Italian, Cirillo means "Lord" and is given to boys came from Old Greek
Namesakes of Lorella
- Lorella De Luca in Il bidone as Actress
- Lorella Cravotta in Le fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain as Actress
- Lorella Cuccarini in tvMiniSeries Lo zio d'America 2 as Actress