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Name Laura - Meaning and origin

Name Laura - Meaning and origin


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Origin of first name:

French, Latin

Meaning of the name:

From Latin laurus, "laurels of the laureates".

Celebrities:

Italian singer Laura Pausini, American actress and singer Laura Marano, French actress and singer Laura Smet, Canadian actress Laura Vandervoort, American actress Laura Ramsey, Peruvian-born professional tennis player Laura Arraya, Italian tennis player Laura Golarsa, French actresses Laura Blanc and Laura Préjean.

Santa Laura was, in the ninth century, a young Andalusian Christian who, refusing to convert to Islam, was martyred in Cordoba by the Arabs. Dead in 1904, she was beatified by Pope John Paul II in 1988.

His character :

Laure is posed and always takes the necessary distance before starting a new project. Loyal and reliable, Laure is someone to rely on in case of problems. In addition, she is constantly caring with those she loves. She is also a perfectionist and hates half measures. With a great sense of organization, she is serious and determined from an early age. Courageous, she does not give up easily in the face of obstacles.

Derivatives:

Laura, Laureen, Laurine, Laurie, Loretta, Lorinda, Lorine, Lauraine, Laurana, Laurane, Laurine, Laurette, Lauria, Laurina, Lore, Loren, Lauretta, Laurina, Laure, Laury, Laurry ...

His party :

The Laura are celebrated on October 19th.

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