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People with the first name "Lorrie"

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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 2972.

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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