Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Gloria"

People with the first name "Gloria"

Gloria A. Zuurveen Gloria Abbiati Gloria Adell Gloria Adiba Gloria Adjabeng Gloria Alonso Gloria Amorocho Gloria Amponsah Gloria Andrus Gloria Anthony Gloria Antolini Gloria Arriaga Gloria Baroni Gloria Barraza Gloria Beasley Gloria Blake Gloria Burns Gloria C. Amurao Gloria Cadwallader Gloria Cardona Gloria Chamorro Gloria Chun Gloria Criscione Gloria Croisant Gloria Cross Gloria Culpepper Gloria Doyle Gloria Duenez Gloria E. Rivera Gloria Equite Gloria Escoboza Gloria Esler Gloria Eugenia Gloria Fiore Gloria Frank Gloria Gammage Gloria Gaynor Gloria Germanos Gloria Gerringer Gloria Glowicki Gloria Guevara Gloria Hahn Gloria Hart Gloria Harvey Gloria Hawkins Gloria Hoppe Gloria Howell Gloria Hse Gloria Huachamber Gloria Huber Gloria Hurtado Gloria Huss Gloria Jaroscak Gloria Jover Gloria Joy Gloria Kemp Gloria Knight Gloria Kucel Gloria Kukuljan Gloria Lang Gloria Lenardson Gloria Letelier Gloria M. Concepción Gloria Manabat Gloria Marsh Gloria Mckenzie Gloria Medina-Melendres Gloria Mendez Gloria Myers Gloria Nacoste Gloria Nicole Gloria Odette Gloria Offerle Gloria Oramasionwu Gloria Oravec Gloria P. Alfonso Gloria Pelletier Gloria Pensa Gloria Perkins Gloria Pi Gloria Portocarrero Gloria Prieto Gloria Pulgarin Gloria Renardson Gloria Rich Gloria Roach Gloria Schiavi Gloria Simpson Gloria T. Albaran Gloria Tanzarella Gloria Tarkington Gloria Urrutia Gloria Valverde Gloria Vanalstine Gloria Villena Reinoso Gloria Vuoso Gloria Walker Gloria Wesley Gloria Wiggins Gloria Zelaya

Information about "Gloria"

Name-day: 26.7.

For this Gloria there are 25196 different names on Yasni.

Most common last names for Gloria are: da Silva, Eaton, Maldonado

In the ranking of the most common first names Gloria is on position 283.

During the last seven days Gloria was searched for 4 times.

Meaning of "Gloria"

Female first name (English, German, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese): Gloria, glory, honor, Latin (invented); gloria = the fame, glory, was until 20 C. not used as first name, is now very popular, was first used in 1898 in the play "You Never Can Tell 'by George Bernard Shaw

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