What does Clorinda mean?
Clorinda /clor-in-da/ as a girls' name is pronounced klo-REEN-dah. It is of Latin origin. Literary named coined by 16th-century Italian poet Torquato Tasso in "Gerusalemme Liberata" (1580). Possibly derived from Chloris, Claire or Chloe.
Affiliated girl name: Clarinda.more]
How popular is Clorinda?
Clorinda is a somewhat prominent first name for females (#3176 out of 4276, Top 74%) but an unusual last name for both adults and children. (2000 U.S. Demographics)
Below is a charted comparison of the statistics of the girl name Clorinda and corresponding names. Chloe (#18 from recent data), Claire (#44), Clarissa (#765), Clora, Clarine and Clarisa are the popular varying forms of Clorinda (outside Top 1000) listed in the Top 1000. These relations of Clorinda reached the height of their popularity in 1994 (adoption of 0.47%) and are almost as common today (adoption 0.36%, ▼22%), but with the versions Clarissa and Clora becoming less trendy. Claire is the steady favorite, though Chloe has gained in usage over time. (2014 Birth Statistics)
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Suggested similar baby names are Alacinda, Alcinda, Alfrida, Alfrieda, Alicinda, Alinda, Allcinda, Amarinda, Barinda, Brinda, Caprina, Caranda, Carina▼, Carinna, Carlinda, Carolinda, Carrina, Catrina▼, Cedrina, Celinda, Cerrina, Cherina, Cinda▼, Claramonda, Clarica, Clarimond, Clarimunde, Clarina, Clariza, Clarizza, Clodia, Clothilda, Colina, Colinda, Corin, Corina▼, Corinda, Corine▼, Corinna, Corisa, Corisanda, Corissa, Corita, Corona, Correnda, Corrina, Corrinda, Corrinna, Corvina, Cyrina, Deolinda, Derinda, Dorina, Dorrinda, Elfrida, Elfrieda▼, Elinda, Florenza, Florida▼, Florina, Florincia, Florinda, Florine▼, Florita, Glorianna, Jolinda, Klotilda, Korenda, Korinna, Larinda, Laurinda, Lorinda, Marinda, Olinda and Zarinda. These names tend to be less frequently used than Clorinda.