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Name Hannelore - Meaning and origin

Name Hannelore - Meaning and origin


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Origin of first name:

Germanic, Greek, Hebrew, Scandinavian

Meaning of the name:

This popular female name in Switzerland is the combination of the first names "Hanne" and "Eleonore".

"Hanne" is an abbreviation of the Norwegian and Danish first name "Johanne" or the German and Dutch given name "Johanna". "Eleonore" is the French name "Eleanor".

In Hebrew, "Hannah" or "Hanne" means "grace".

Also finding its source in other cultures, "Eleonore" comes from the Arabic "ellino" meaning "God is my light", from the Latin "lenire" denoting the act of "appeasing a pain or pain" or Greek "eleos" defining "compassion".

Celebrities:

Queen Aliénor of Aquitaine (1124-1204).

The surrealist painter and Mexican novelist Leonora Carrington (1917-2011).

His character :

Communicative, extroverted, friendly and open, Hannelore has great facilities for communication and expression. In a good mood and always cheerful, she is emotional and likes to feel surrounded.

Derivatives:

Ann, Anna, Anne, Annie, Chana, Chanah, Chanha, Channach, Channah, Hana, Hanah, Hanalee, Hanalise, Hanna, Hanne, Hannele, Hannie, Hanny, Hena, Honna, Nan, Nanney, Nannie and Nanny.

His party :

July 26 with Anne or June 25 with Eleanor.

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