Leonora

[opera] Leonora, ossia L’amore coniugale (Leonora or Conjugal Love) is an opera (specifically a dramma semiserio) in two acts by the Italian composer Ferdinando Paer. The libretto, by Giovanni Schmidt, is based on Léonore ou L’Amour conjugal (1794) by Jean-Nicolas Bouilly, which was also the source of Beethoven`s Fidelio. Beethoven him...
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Leonora

Leonora is an Italian name for girls. The meaning is `light, torch, sunray` The name Leonora is most commonly given to Norwegian girls. The chances are 50 times greater that girls are called Leonora there. It is short for: Eleonora, Eleanor What do they use in other countries? Lian (Chinese) Ilya (Russian) Lior Elon El Elia (Italian) Iliane Ilane I...
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Leonora

[given name] Leonora or Leonore is a feminine given name which is a variation of Eleanor. It was relatively common in the 19th Century in Western countries, ranking as the 314th most popular female given name in the US in 1880. The name became less popular in the 20th Century, and is now the 2138th most popular name in the US with 7,774 peo...
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