What does Eleonora mean?
Eleonora [eleono-ra] as a name for girls is a Greek name, and the meaning of Eleonora is "other, foreign; sun ray". Eleonora is a variant form of Eleanor (Old French, Old German). Eleonora is also a form of Helen (Greek).
30 more relations via Eleanor, Helen: Aleanor, Alenor, Aleonore, Elanor, Eleanore▼, Elena▲, Elenor, Elenore, Eleonor, Eleonore, Elianore, Elienore, Elinor▼, Elinore, Elleanor, Ellenor, Ellenore, Elleonor, Ellinor, Ellinore, Elnora▼, Elora▲, Enora, Helenora, Leanora, Lenora▼, Leonara, Leonor, Leonora▼ and Leonore.Creative forms:
(female) Eleonona, Elonora, ..
(male) Eleonodas, Eleonoel, .. Middle name pairings:
Eleonora Maliah (E.M.), ..
How popular is Eleonora?
Eleonora is a somewhat prominent first name for women (#3890 out of 4276, Top 91%) but an unusual last name for all people. (2000 U.S. Census)
Eleonora reached its apex position of #985 in the U.S. in the 1890s, but is not in the list at the moment. (Top Baby Names, 2015)
Which version is better?with its source forms and related girl names. Eleanor (#60 from recent data), Elena (#106), Helen (#419), Elora (#963), Elinor (#1413), Eleanora (#1468), Lenora (#1634), Leanora, Leonor, Leonore, Leonora, Eleanore, Elnora, Elenore, Eleonore, Elenor, Ellinor, Elinore and Elenora are the popular variation forms of Eleonora. These forms of Eleonora were at the height of their popularity 95 years ago (average #897) and have become much less conventional since (#1603, ▼89%), with versions like Lenora becoming somewhat outmoded. Helen is more universally found than the rest, though Eleanor is now ranked higher.
Similar NamesSuggested similar names are Alondra▼, Cleona, Deondra, Eileanoir, Eldora, Eleana, Eleanna, Electra, Eleena, Elektra, Elenita, Eleora, Elettra, Eliora, Elleora, Elliner, Elliora, Ellmeera, Ellmera (see Almera), Ellona, Elmeera, Elmera, Elmira▼, Elmyra, Elona, Elonna, Feodora, Gwennora (see Guinevere), Gwenora, Honora, Jeondra, Leodora, Leondra, Menora, Pheodora, Sonora, Teodora and Theodora▼. These names tend to be less frequently used than Eleonora.See names in meaning and etymology.