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Ending in -ora or -orah

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  • Adora

    Short form of Adoración, "adoration"

  • Amadora

  • Annora

    English "honour"

  • Aurora

    Latin "dawn"

  • Alora

  • Ameinodora

    Greek "better gift"

  • Apollodora

    Greek "gift of Apollo"

  • Aristogora

    Greek "best meeting place"

  • Artemidora

    Greek "gift of Artemis"

  • Astrophora

    Greek "bearing-stars"

  • Athenadora

    Greek "gift of Athena"

  • Athenagora

    Greek "Athens market"

  • Athenodora

    Greek "gift of Athena"

  • Auxiliadora

    Latin "she who helps and protects"

  • Bora

    Turkish "hurricane" (male); Albanian "snow" (female)

  • Barbora

    Czech, Slovak and Lithuanian form of Barbara, "foreigner"

  • Bendidora

    Greek "gift of (the goddess) Bendis"

  • Bíbora

    Hungarian "purple"

  • Cora

    Short form of Corinna, "maiden"

  • Casiodora

    Greek "gift of a brother"

  • Cleodora

    Greek "gift of glory"

  • Debbora

    Form of Deborah used in the Greek and Latin Old Testament, "bee"

  • Debora

    Italian, German and Dutch form of Deborah, "bee"

  • Deborah

    Hebrew "bee"

  • Delora

    altered form of Dolores, "sorrows"

  • Devorah

    Hebrew form of Deborah, "sorrows"

  • Dora

    Short form of many names including Dorothy, Theodora, Isidora

  • Dvora

    Hebrew form of Deborah, "bee"

  • Dainora

    (die-NOH-ruh) Lituanian "wishing to sing; one who longs to sing"

  • Denbora

    Basque "time"

  • Dianora

    (DEE-uh-NOR-uh) Italian "divine"

  • Diodora

    Greek "gift of Zeus"

  • Dionysodora

    Greek "gift of Dionysus

  • Dvorah

    Hebrew form of Deborah, "sorrows"

  • Eleanora

    (el-uh-NAWR-uh) Latinate form of Eleanor, "the other Aenor"

  • Elenora

    (el-uh-NAWR-uh) form of Eleanor, "the other Aenor"

  • Eleonora

    (eh-leh-oh-NOH-rah, EH-leh-oh-noh-rah, eh-leh-aw-NAW-rah) Cognate of Eleanor, "the other Aenor"

  • Eliora

    Hebrew "the Lord is my Light"

  • Elnora

    Contracted form of Eleanora, "the other Aenor"

  • Elora

    Variation of Eliora, "the Lord is my light"

  • Enora

    Breton "honour"

  • Eudora

    Greek "good gift"

  • Elanora

    derived from an Aboriginal word which means “home by the sea” or “home by the water”

  • Eleonoora

    (EH-leh-oh-noh-rah) Finnish form of Eleanor, "the other Aenor"

  • Fedora

    Russian form of Theodora, "gift of god"

  • Feodora

    Russian form of Theodora, "gift of god"

  • Fiora

    Italian form of Flora, "floral"

  • Flora

    Latin "floral"

  • Fulgora

    Roman goddess of lightning

  • Gulnora

    Uzbek form of Golnar, "pomegranate flower"

  • Gunnora

    A form of Gunnver, "wary in battle"

  • Honora

    English "honour"

  • Halldóra

    Icelandic feminine form of Haldor, "Thor's rock"

  • Hecatodora

    Greek "gift of Hecate"

  • Heliodora

    Greek " gift of the sun"

  • Hierodora

    Greek "sacred gift"

  • Isadora

    (IZ-ih-DAWR-ah) form of Isidora, "gift of Isis"

  • Isidora

    (IZ-ih-DAWR-ah) Greek "gift of Isis"

  • Izora

    Variation of Isaura, a Spanish name, or Ixora.

  • Iora

    (IE-or-uh) a small Asian songbird

  • Isagora

    Greek "equal assembly"

  • Ismenodora

    Greek "gift of knowledge"

  • Ixora

    Flower genus

  • Izidora

    Slovene form of Isidora, "gift of Isis"

  • Izydora

    Polish form of Isidora, "gift of Isis"

  • Jorah

    Hebrew "early rain"

  • Kora

    German variant of Cora, "maiden"

  • Kephisodora

    Greek "gift of Kephisos (the river)"

  • Kleodora

    Greek "glorious gift"

  • Leanora

    Short form of Eleanora, "the other Aenor"

  • Lenora

    Short form of Elenora, "the other Aenor"

  • Leonora

    Italian short form of Eleanor, "the other Aenor"

  • Liora

    Strictly feminine form of Lior, "light for me"

  • Llora

    (YOH-rah) Catalan form of Laura, "laurel"

  • Lora

    (LAWR-uh) variant of Laura, or an Italian diminutive of Eleonora or Loredana.

  • Meliora

    Latin "better"

  • Melora

    Form of Meliora

  • Mora

    either a Spanish form of Maura or from the Spanish word for blackberry

  • Menodora

    Greek "moon gift"

  • Metrodora

    Greek "mother's gift"

  • Minodora

    Romanian form of Menodora, "moon gift"

  • Mitrodora

    Macedonian form of Metrodora, "mother's gift"

  • Musidora

    (myoo-sih-DOR-uh) Greek "gift of the muses"

  • Noora

    (NOH-rah) Finnish form of Nora

  • Nora

    (NAWR-uh, NO-rah) Short form of Honora or Eleanor

  • Norah

    (NAWR-uh) Variant of Nora

  • Nymphadora

    Variant of Nymphodora, "gift of the nymphs"

  • Nymphodora

    Greek "gift of the nymphs"

  • Onóra

    Irish form of Honora, "honour"

  • Ora

    English; from Latin, "to pray" (unisex); Hebrew, "light" (female)

  • Orah

    Variant transcription of Ora, "light"

  • Olympiodora

    Greek "gift of an Olympian (God)"

  • Pandora

    Greek "gift of all (the Gods)"

  • Paora

    Maori form of Paul, "small, humble"

  • Parthenodora

    Greek "gift of the Maiden"

  • Pastora

    Feminine form of Pastor, "shepherd"

  • Philodora

    Greek "richly gifted"

  • Pythodora

    Greek "gift of Pytho"

  • Salvadora

    Feminine form of Salvador, "saviour"

  • Sephora

    Form of Zipporah, "bird"

  • Sonora

    place name in northwestern Mexico

  • SORA

    (soh-rah) Japanese "sky" (unisex)

  • Seffora

    Latin form of Zipporah, "bird"

  • Sepphora

    Greek form of Zipporah, "bird"

  • Tamora

  • Teodora

    (teh-oh-DAW-rah, teh-oh-DHOH-rah, teh-aw-DAW-rah) Feminine form of Theodorus, "gift of god"

  • Theodora

    (thee-uh-DAWR-uh) Feminine form of Theodorus, "gift of god"

  • Thora

    (THAWR-ah, THOH-rah, TOH-rah) Old Norse "thunder"

  • Tora

    Scandinavian form of Thora, "thunder"

  • Tzipora

    Variant transcription of Tzipporah, "bird"

  • Tziporah

    Variant transcription of Tzipporah, "bird"

  • Tzipporah

    Original Hebrew form of Zipporah, "bird"

  • Valora

    Esperanto "valuable"

  • Vanora

    Scottish form of Guinevere

  • Vaivora

    A form of Vaiva, "rainbow"

  • Zipporah

    (zih-PAWR-uh, ZIP-uh-ruh) Hebrew "bird"

  • Zora

    Slavic "dawn, aurora"

  • Zenodora

    Greek "gift of Zeus"

  • Zephora

    Variant of Sephora, "bird"

  • Zudora

    A variation of Sudra, Sanskrit "menial labourer"