What does Eleanore mean?
Eleanore /elea-no-re/ as a girls' name. Eleanore's name origin is Greek, and Eleanore means "other, foreign; sun ray". Eleanore is a variant form of Eleanor (Old French, Old German). Eleanore is also a variation of Helen (Greek).
Eleanore▼ has 21 variants: Aleanor, Alenor, Aleonore, Allinor, Eileanoir, Elanor, Elenor, Elenore, Eleonor, Eleonore, Elianore, Elienore, Elinor▼, Elinore, Elleanor, Ellenor, Ellenore, Elleonor, Elliner, Ellinor and Ellinore.Kreatif forms:
(female) Deleanore, Elnore, ..
(male) Eleanoel, Eleanolet, ..
How popular is Eleanore?
Eleanore is a very popular first name for females (#1080 out of 4276, Top 25%) but a unique surname for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Displayed below is the birth name history of Eleanore for girls. Eleanore reached its top rank of #249 in the U.S. in the 1910s, but is not ranked at the moment. (Top 2000 Names, 2014)
Prominent varying forms of Eleanore are Eleanor (#78 a year ago), Eleanora (#1591), Elenor, Elenora, Elenore, Eleonora, Eleonore, Elinor (#1546), Elinore, Ellinor, Elnora, Helen (#404), Leanora, Lenore and Leonore. These forms of Eleanore were popular with parents 94 years ago (average #879) and have become much less conventional since (#1726, down 94%), with forms like Lenore becoming less trendy.
Suggested similar names are Alesandare (see Alexandra), Alesandere, Alessandre, Alexandre, Allaire, Blaire, Calandre (see Calandra), Claire▲, Clare▲, Cleanthe, Diandre, Eilean, Eileene, Eilene, Elaine▼, Elan, Elanah, Elane, Elanie, Elanit, Eldora, Eleana, Eleanna, Elease, Eleasha, Electra, Eleena, Eleese, Elegance, Elen, Elena▲, Elene, Eleni, Elenita, Elenyi, Eleora, Eleri, Elettra, Elfre, Elian, Eliana▲, Eliane, Elianna▲, Elianne, Eliora, Elkana, Elkanah, Elkanna, Elladine, Ellaine, Ellan, Ellane, Ellayne, Elleora, Elora, Elvene, Elvine, Elvire, Elyana, Eolande, Erlene, Eufane, Evannie, Evanthe, Flore, Gwennore (see Guinevere), Gwenore, Ileane, Ileanne, Klaire, Leandre, Leanor, Leanore, Lenorre (see Lenore) and Treasure. These names tend to be less commonly used than Eleanore.