honora


  • kimiha
    Participant

    i heard this recently. what do you think of it? i dont love it but its growing on me. i am surprised its so unpopular. i think it was only ranked 800 in 1880. i feel like it could come back though. i would pronounce it uh-NOR-ah. dont know how most people would say it. i love the nick name nori.

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  • TwoSapphires
    TwoSapphires
    Participant

    Mmm, it’s a little much for me. It has a nice sound to it but the “honor” thing just makes it seem like a hard name to live up to, kwim? And a bit … formal. I just picture a judge.

    TheWishingStar
    TheWishingStar
    Participant

    I’ve only ever really heard it used as a joke: talking about a character from a TV show who’s very interested in the concept of honor, people joke that if he had a daughter, he’d name her Honora. SO I can’t really take it seriously. It seems like just honor but feminized. And I agree, it seems really formal.

    Myosotis
    Myosotis
    Participant

    I like it! But then I like most -ora names. I’d say On-OR-uh, and it’s a really pretty name. Maybe because I’m from the UK the ‘honor’ bit seems less wordy (Honoura would be odd), or I might just be a bit weird :P, but I don’t think it sounds much like honour either. Onora (Irish version) or Annora are nice alternatives.

    TwoSapphires
    TwoSapphires
    Participant

    Annora is pretty.


    kimiha
    Participant

    hahaha you picture a judge. i never thought of that. my mom said it sounds like “annoying” lol i dont really agree with htat. maybe this falls under the category of names that i want to like but somethings holding me back.

    Tara
    Tara
    Participant

    I’d pronounce it more like on-OR-ah, and would therefore prefer a spelling similar to Onora or Anora/Annora

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