Lorna


Lorna
/lawr"neuh/, n.
a female given name.

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  • Lorna — is a modern feminine given name which is commonly recognised as having been invented by R. D. Blackmore for his book Lorna Doone . However records of the name Lorna found before the publication of Lorna Doone in 1869, for example the author of… …   Wikipedia

  • Lorna — Información personal Nombre real: Lorna Zarina Aponte Origen:   …   Wikipedia Español

  • Lorna — (Морайра,Испания) Категория отеля: Адрес: Melilla 13, 03724 Морайра, Испания …   Каталог отелей

  • Lorna — f English and Scottish: invented by R. D. Blackmore for the heroine of his novel Lorna Doone (1869), child captive of the outlawed Doones on Exmoor, who is eventually discovered to be in reality Lady Lorna Dugal, daughter of the Earl of Dugal.… …   First names dictionary

  • Lorna — Zarina Aponte est une chanteuse panaméenne de reggaeton, née le 11 mai 1983 à Panama, d un père d origine mexicaine et d une mère salvadorienne. Sa chanson Papi Chulo (Te Traigo el Mmmm)[1] l a rendue célèbre en Amérique et en Europe, deux… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Lorna — [lôr′nə] n. [apparently coined by R. D. Blackmore (1825 1900), Eng novelist < title of the Marquis of Lorne (1845 1914)] a feminine name …   English World dictionary

  • Lorna — noun of mostly Scottish usage. Lorna Doone, she answered in a low voice as if afraid of it, and hanging her head, so that I could see only her forehead and eyelashes; if you please, my name is Lorna Doone; and I thought you must have known it …   Wiktionary

  • Lorna — englischer Name nach dem Roman »Lorna Doone« (1869) von R.D. Blackmoore, Bedeutung angelehnt an einen Ortsnamen …   Deutsch namen

  • Lorna — /lawr neuh/, n. a female given name …   Useful english dictionary

  • Lorna Maitland — (born November 19, 1943) is a film actress noted mostly for her large breasted figure and appearances in three Russ Meyer films: Lorna , Mudhoney and Mondo Topless . Her given name is Barbara Popejoy. (Sometimes she also called herself Barbara… …   Wikipedia


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