What does Eleanore mean?
Eleanore [eleanore] as a girls' name is a Greek name, 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.Creative forms:
(male) Middle name pairings:
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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)
Eleanore reached its top rank of #249 in the U.S. in the 1910s, but is not ranked at the moment. (Top 2000 Names, 2015)
Which version is better?with its source forms and related girl names. Prominent varying forms of Eleanore are Eleanor (#60 a year ago), Eleanora (#1468), Elenor, Elenora, Elenore, Eleonora, Eleonore, Elinor (#1413), Elinore, Ellinor, Elnora, Helen (#419), Leanora, Lenore and Leonore. These forms of Eleanore were popular with parents 95 years ago (average #879) and have become much less conventional since (#1710, down 93%), with forms like Lenore becoming less trendy.
Similar NamesSuggested 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.See names in meaning and etymology.