What does Azora mean?
(female) Azoda, Azona, ..
(male) Azogo, Azota, .. Middle name pairings:
Azora Elouise (A.E.), ..
How popular is Azora?
Azora is an unusual first name for women. Azora is an equally unusual surname for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Census)
Which version is better?with its source form and related girl names. Azul (#1430 in 2015) is the only prominent variation form of Azora (outside Top 2000). Other variants, like Azor, are seldom used. This relation of Azora was popular with parents in the year 2008 (#614) and has become significantly less widespread since, with Azul becoming less in vogue. (Top 2000 Names, 2015)
Azora is pronounced similarly to Aesara, Azaria▲, Azariah▲ and Ozara. Other recommended names are Adara, Adira, Adola, Adora, Adorae, Adoray, Adore, Adoria, Adra, Affra, Afra, Agota, Akira, Akyra, Aldora, Aloha, Aloma, Alona, Alura, Amara▲, Amera, Amira▲, Amor, Amora▲, Amore, Amorra, Amyra, Andra, Annora, Anona, Anora, Anorah, Apona, Ara▼, Ardra, Arona, Ashra, Atara, Atera, Audra▼, Aura, Aurora▲, Aza, Azha, Azia, Aziza, Azra, Azuba, Azusa, Clora, Cora, Deora, Dora▼, Drora, Elora▲, Enora, Fiora, Flora▼, Glora, Kora▲, Leora▼, Liora, Lora▼, Mora, Noora, Nora▲, Onora, Rora, Thora, Tora and Zora▼. These names tend to be more frequently used than Azora.See names in meaning and etymology.