Forename directory - Names / meaning for "Lorrie"

People with the first name "Lorrie"

Lorrie Alexandre Lorrie Ayers Lorrie Baney Lorrie Bartlett Lorrie Bedell Lorrie Beland Lorrie Bernal Lorrie Blevins Lorrie Boggs Lorrie Bolton Lorrie Boone Lorrie Brandt Lorrie C. Valentine-Saunders Lorrie Cabrera Lorrie Chieffo Lorrie Clarke Lorrie Corbett Lorrie Corry Lorrie Crowell-Goodwin Lorrie Dalton Lorrie Davis Lorrie Dedomenico Lorrie Dodd Lorrie Donahue Lorrie Dubia Lorrie Dumbauld Lorrie Duplessis Lorrie Fernandez Lorrie Ferrell Lorrie Flynn Lorrie Freet Lorrie Fundis Lorrie G. Vogel Lorrie Gardo Lorrie Gavin Lorrie Giordano Lorrie Gissendaner-Flowers Lorrie Goldstein Lorrie Green Lorrie Greer Lorrie Guerrios Lorrie Haak Lorrie Hammock Lorrie Hammond Lorrie Harris-Almquist Lorrie Hernandez Lorrie Holmgren Lorrie Jarvis Lorrie Jo Lorrie Joseph Lorrie Kent Lorrie Kiernan Lorrie Kohn Lorrie L. Arnick Lorrie L. Vines Lorrie Lannoye Lorrie Lapensee Lorrie Larribas Lorrie Lockridge Lorrie Love-Crouch Lorrie Marchant Lorrie Mcallister Lorrie Mcnally Lorrie Medina Lorrie Monsour Lorrie Munkittrick Lorrie Mustard Lorrie Myles Lorrie Navarro Lorrie Nolan Lorrie Perpetua Lorrie Petrus Lorrie Puchala Lorrie Raines Lorrie Raines-Tate Lorrie Ramsey Lorrie Revelli Lorrie Reyes Lorrie Rich Lorrie Riddle Lorrie Ridley Lorrie Ritter Lorrie Rockey Lorrie Romanello Lorrie Saffy Lorrie Salcido Lorrie Sayers Schigur Lorrie Smallwood Lorrie Smith-Maloney Lorrie Veasey Lorrie Vernon Lorrie Violet Lorrie Von Lorrie Walden Lorrie Wallace Lorrie Watts Lorrie Wick Lorrie Wix Lorrie Zentz Lorrie Ziolkowski
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Information about "Lorrie"

For this Lorrie there are 1770 different names on Yasni.

Most common last names for Lorrie are: Catherine, King

In the ranking of the most common first names Lorrie is on position 2955.

Meaning of "Lorrie"

Female first name (English): Lorrie; Latin (Geographic name as first name); laurus = the laurel, the laurel wreath, information on male form Lorenz, goes back to the old Roman nickname of 'Lawrence': 'the out of town Laurentium stem end'; later called 'Laurus' reinterpreted as' the laurel-crowned "with a laurel wreath as a symbol of victory / the winner

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