First Name - Meaning and direction

First Name - Meaning and direction

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Origin of first name:

Celts, French, Latins

Meaning of the name:

Variant of the name "Honoria", "Henora" was introduced in Ireland and England by the Normans.

Drawn from "Énora", a Breton form of the Irish female name "Honora", Henora is also considered a derivative of "Eleonore". Inspired by the Latin word "honorus", "Henora" can be interpreted as "noble" or "honor".


Very few public figures carry this name. We can nevertheless mention the French dancer Énora Rivière and the presenter of the French screen Énora Malagré. Enora is also a famous character of "The Passengers of the Wind" and "The Ebony Wood".

Henora's patron saint is Enora, a saint of the 7th century. Although betrothed to the son of an Irish king named St. Efflamm, Saint Enora remained chaste all her life. Both concluded to live their union as brother and sister to honor their promise.

His character :

Strong in character, Henora does everything in her power to satisfy her passions. Energetic and dynamic, this woman is keen to preserve her freedom and independence.


Lenora, Honora, Onóra, Annora, Nóirín, Nora, Noreen, Norene, Nóra, Norah, Nonie, Nora, Enora Eleanor, Enor, Hénora, Norig, Eleonore and Enorah.

His party :

October 14th.

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