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Names That Mean Lore

190 names found for "Lore"   (page 1 of 4) 

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Looking for names that mean Lore? We couldn't find the exact name Lore, but listed below are some first names meaning Lore or names similar to the word Lore.

Similar Names

Lar | Larue | Lir | Lorah | Loria | Laire | Lara | Lari | Leora | Lera |

Related Names

Bena  (Native American)
Pheasant, Birds Characterized Having Long Tails And, in Males of Species With Brilliantly Colored Plumage
Bindi  (Hindu)
A Colored Mark Worn on Forhead by Hindu Women Symbolising Life
Bindiya  (Hindu)
Drop, Point, Colored Dot Indian Women Apply on the Forehead
Bruce  (English)
Thick Brush. Surname Since Medieval Times; Now a Common Given Name. Folklore Tale of Th Century Robert King of Scotland: (The Bruce) Who Learned the Value of Perseverance from Watching a Spider Spin a
Bruce  (Scottish)
Surname Since Medieval Times; Now a Common Given Name. Folklore Tale of Th Century Robert King of Scotland: ('The Bruce') Who Learned the Value of Perseverance from Watching a Spider Spin a Web
Brucey  (English)
Diminutive of Bruce: Thick Brush. Surname Since Medieval Times; Now a Common Given Name. Folklore Tale of Th Century Robert King of Scotland: (The Bruce) Who Learned the Value of Perseverance from Wat
Brucie  (English)
Diminutive of Bruce: Thick Brush. Surname Since Medieval Times; Now a Common Given Name. Folklore Tale of Th Century Robert King of Scotland: (The Bruce) Who Learned the Value of Perseverance from Wat
Caleb  (Hebrew)
Meaning Dog, or Bold. Famous Bearer: Caleb Was One of Twelve Islaelite Leaders Sent by Moses to Explore the Promised Land
Carnation  (French)
Flesh - Colored
Christof  (English)
Variant of Christopher: He Who Holds Christ in His Heart. Famous Bearers: Actors Christopher Plummer and Christopher Walken; Explorer Christopher Columbus
Christofer  (English)
Variant of Christopher: He Who Holds Christ in His Heart. Famous Bearers: Actors Christopher Plummer and Christopher Walken; Explorer Christopher Columbus
Christoff  (English)
Variant of Christopher: He Who Holds Christ in His Heart. Famous Bearers: Actors Christopher Plummer and Christopher Walken; Explorer Christopher Columbus
Christoffer  (English)
Variant of Christopher: He Who Holds Christ in His Heart. Famous Bearers: Actors Christopher Plummer and Christopher Walken; Explorer Christopher Columbus
Christoforus  (English)
Variant of Christopher: He Who Holds Christ in His Heart. Famous Bearers: Actors Christopher Plummer and Christopher Walken; Explorer Christopher Columbus
Christoph  (English)
Variant of Christopher: He Who Holds Christ in His Heart. Famous Bearers: Actors Christopher Plummer and Christopher Walken; Explorer Christopher Columbus
Christophe  (English)
Variant of Christopher: He Who Holds Christ in His Heart. Famous Bearers: Actors Christopher Plummer and Christopher Walken; Explorer Christopher Columbus
Christopher  (English)
He Who Holds Christ in His Heart. Famous Bearers: Actors Christopher Plummer and Christopher Walken; Explorer Christopher Columbus
Christophoros  (English)
Variant of Christopher: He Who Holds Christ in His Heart. Famous Bearers: Actors Christopher Plummer and Christopher Walken; Explorer Christopher Columbus
Christos  (English)
Variant of Christopher: He Who Holds Christ in His Heart. Famous Bearers: Actors Christopher Plummer and Christopher Walken; Explorer Christopher Columbus
Claudio  (Shakespearean)
'The Tragedy of Julius Caesar' a Servant to Brutus. 'Measure for Measure' a Young Gentleman. 'Much Ado About Nothing' a Young Lord of Florence
Cornelius  (Latin)
Horn-colored
Cortez  (Spanish)
Courteous. Variant of Curtis. The Spanish Explorer and Adventurer Cortez Conquered the Aztec Civilization of Mexico With Only a Small Expeditionary Force
Cristobal  (English)
Variant of Christopher: He Who Holds Christ in His Heart. Famous Bearers: Actors Christopher Plummer and Christopher Walken; Explorer Christopher Columbus
Cristoforo  (English)
Variant of Christopher: He Who Holds Christ in His Heart. Famous Bearers: Actors Christopher Plummer and Christopher Walken; Explorer Christopher Columbus
Darian  (Greek)
Gift. Also a Variant of Darin. Poet John Keats Described the Moment of Discovery When Explorers Stood 'silent Upon a Peak in Darien.'
Darien  (Greek)
Gift. Also a Variant of Darin. Poet John Keats Described the Moment of Discovery When Explorers Stood 'silent Upon a Peak in Darien.'
Darion  (Greek)
Gift. Also a Variant of Darin. Poet John Keats Described the Moment of Discovery When Explorers Stood 'silent Upon a Peak in Darien.'
Darrian  (Greek)
Gift. Also a Variant of Darin. Poet John Keats Described the Moment of Discovery When Explorers Stood 'silent Upon a Peak in Darien.'
Darrien  (Greek)
Gift. Also a Variant of Darin. Poet John Keats Described the Moment of Discovery When Explorers Stood 'silent Upon a Peak in Darien.'
Darrion  (Greek)
Gift. Also a Variant of Darin. Poet John Keats Described the Moment of Discovery When Explorers Stood 'silent Upon a Peak in Darien.'
Delora  (Latin)
From the Seashore. Variant of Dolores Meaning 'sorrows
Delora  (English)
Variant of Dolores: Sorrows
Delores  (Latin)
From the Name Dolores
Delores  (Latin)
Variant of Dolores Meaning 'sorrows
Delores  (English)
Variant of Dolores: Sorrows
Deloris  (Latin)
Variant of Dolores Meaning 'sorrows
Deloris  (English)
Variant of Dolores: Sorrows
Diana  (Shakespearean)
'All's Well That Ends Well.' Daughter to the Widow of Florence
Dolores  (Latin)
Lady of Sorrows
Dolores  (Hispanic)
Lady of Sorrows(Deloris, Lori, Lorie, Lory)
Dolores  (Spanish)
Sorrow. from Maria De Los Dolores (The Virgin Mary, or Mary of the Sorrows.)
Dolores  (Latin)
Sorrows, Flirtatious, Garrulous. (Lola)
Dugan  (Celtic/Gaelic)
Dark-colored
Eric  (Norse)
Ever or Eternal Ruler. Island Ruler. Famous Bearer: Norwegian Explorer Eric the Red
Erics  (Norse)
Feminine Form of Eric: Ever or Eternal Ruler. Island Ruler. Famous Bearer: Norwegian Explorer Eric the Red
Erika  (Norse)
Feminine Form of Eric: Ever or Eternal Ruler. Island Ruler. Famous Bearer: Norwegian Explorer Eric the Red
Flo  (Latin)
Diminutive of Flora: the Mythological Roman Goddess of Flowers. Diminutive of Florence: from 'Florentius' or 'Florentia', Meaning Flowering or Flourishing. Famous Bearer:
Flo  (Latin)
From the Name Florence
Florella  (Latin)
Blooming
Floren  (Latin)
Flowering
190 names found for "Lore"   (page 1 of 4) 

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