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Gender: Female Meaning of Socorra: "one who helps" Origin of Socorra: Spanish

Socorra Origin and Meaning

The name Socorra is a girl's name of Spanish origin meaning "one who helps".

Popular Spanish choice that refers to the Virgin Mary, Our Lady of Perpetual Help -- or Perpetuo Socorro.

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Pop Culture References for the name Socorra

Sucorra, Socaria, Secora, Soccora, Secorra

Comments

snowsbeloved Says:

2020-10-10T19:39:40

Isn't it supposed to be Socorro?

orphanedhanyou Says:

2017-04-22T16:28:56

reminds me of the Japanese Sakura

EvaThyssen Says:

2017-04-04T01:23:50

In Spanish, when a name comes from a word, it hasn't spelling variations. The name is Consuelo, not Consuela; the name is Esmeralda, not Esmerelda or Esmaralda; the name is Esperanza, not Esperenza or something like that. Spelling variations in Spanish are very rare. One example is Mireia-Mireya, pronounced the same. But Mireia/Mireya isn't a word :)

RoddyThlayli Says:

2017-03-16T16:05:09

Actually, Tyler sounds exactly like it's meaning-- tiler, or tailor. Most English names that weren't invented in the last twenty or thirty years have ties to words, even if they're not immediately obvious.

Frankyette Says:

2017-03-16T15:16:12

Names don't necessarily come from words though? For example Tyler isn't an English word, nor does it bear any apparent similarities to its meaning ("maker of tiles"), but that doesn't mean it isn't a name that originated in English.

Eva Thyssen Says:

2014-08-18T17:15:22

Socorra is not even a Spanish word. I'm a native Spanish speaker so I know what I'm talking about. Just no.