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Forename Leora

Throughout the world, Leora (Leora United States Indonesia Philippines Malaysia South Africa, ליאורה Israel, לאורה Israel) is quite a common female first name. The first name Leora is habitual in Bahamas, where it is quite a rare female name, the United States, and Israel, where it is a rare feminine name. Not in comparison with a country's population, this name is the most popular in the United States, Philippines, and Indonesia. Very seldom, Leora is the last name as well as the forename.

Translations, transliterations and names similar to the name Leora

name ليورا, name Leora, name Léora, name Леора, name לאורה, name ליאורה
Leora South Africa, Philippines, United States, Indonesia, Malaysia
לאורה, ליאורה Israel
Леора Russia, Ukraine

First names said to be same

Léora, and ليورا

First name Leora in the context

Leora is also a prevalent name for the fictitious and mythical characters: X-23 , the fictional character in Marvel Comics, Logan; Laura Palmer , the fictional character from Twin Peaks, Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me; Madame Rouge , the DC Comics character, Doom Patrol; Laura Diamond , the fictional character from the television series The Mysteries of Laura and Laura Roslin , the fictional human of Battlestar Galactica (BSG), and in many other works.

Notable namesakes

picture of leora bettison robinson leora bettison robinson leora bettison robinson American author (1840-1914), US (b. 1840) link
picture of leora spellman leora spellman leora spellman American actress (1890-1945), US (b. 1890) link
picture of leora dana leora dana leora dana American actress, US (b. 1923) link
leora pearl saunders American artist, US (b. 1878) link
leora thatcher American actress (b. 1894) link
leora mackie mcness smith American artist, US (b. 1901) link
picture of leora levy leora levy leora levy American philanthropist, businesswoman and diplomat, CU (b. 1957) link
leora clark larsen (b. 1907) link
picture of leora klapper leora klapper leora klapper American economist link
leora skolkin-smith American writer, US (b. 1952) link
leora auslander Professor of European Social History, University of Chicago, US (b. 1959) link
leora jones American handball player, US (b. 1960) link
leora rosner US (b. 1953) link
leora batnitzky author (b. 1966) link
leora tanenbaum American feminist author, US (b. 1969) link

Characteristic surnames

Lee, Martin, Morris, Miller, Porter, Powell, Taylor, Thomas, Turner, Harris, Wilson, Wright, Bennett, Jackson, Johnson, Mitchell, Anderson, Constant, Peterson, Robinson, Thompson, Harrison, White, Evans, Jones, James, Bell, Katz, King, Gray, Hall, Ward, Wine, Webb, Wood, Moore, Ferguson, Scott, Allen, Adams, Cohen, Clark, Baker, Brown, Riley, Davis, Green, Lewis, Smith, and Williams