Light, Honorable or Northern, Lovely Nora Endures
Meaning and Origin of Nora
Like many feminine names derived from longer names, Nora has endured despite spikes and dips in popularity. Today, Nora has a stronger foothold than ever. In 2012, Nora was the 29th most popular baby girl’s name in Scotland (Scottish Government Figures). 2012 saw nearly 3000 US-born baby girls named Nora, giving the name a 107 rating. In other counties, Nora entered the top fifty in Austria, Belgium, Spain and the Netherlands, breaking the top ten in Hungary and Norway.
People Called Nora
Two famous people with the name Nora include Nora Roberts and Nora Ephron. Nora Roberts has wrote over 200 romance novels and has gained the title of an American best selling author. Nora Ephron is a skilled American writer and attributes her skills to play writes, novels, screen writes and more.
Girls with the name Nora are said to be very idealistic and intuitive with very creative imaginations. They work to aspire others as well as connect with their inner spiritual side in order to aspire others.
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