Name Eléonora - Meaning and origin

Name Eléonora - Meaning and origin

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Origin of first name:

Greeks, Latins

Meaning of the name:

Eléonora is a feminine given name of Greek origin. It comes from the Greek term "eleos" which means "compassion", from the Latin word "lenire" which translates as "to appease" or from the Arabic word "ellinor" which means "God is light".


Eléonora Duse is an Italian actress having made her first steps in the world of comedy by playing the role of Cosette in a theatrical version of the "Misérables".
Eléonora Rossi Drago, whose real name is Palmira Omiccioli, is an Italian film and theater actress. She is known for playing in "Eté violent" in 1959, for which she received the "Silver Ribbon" and the Best Actress Award at the Mar del Plata Festival.
Eléonora Abbagnato is an Italian dancer. It is included in the very limited list of Paris Opera ballet stars.
Eleonora Randolph Sears is an American tenniswoman who won first place four times at the US Women's National Women's Doubles Championship.

His character :

Eléonora is a simple and natural person who is down to earth. She has an assertive, unpicable and voluntarily firm character and takes an extremist attitude in her work. However, beneath this steel shell hides a woman with a tender and smiling heart, a person of good company who likes to have fun and laugh. She does not like superficiality and turns out to be a dependable, reliable person who does not miss her word.


Eleonore, Alienor, Leonore, and Leonora.

His party :

Eléonora is celebrated on June 25th.

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