Other Origin(s):French
Meaning:Torch, shining light; The other Aenor
Give the new light in your life a name that fits their dazzling spirit, like Elladine. Typically given to girls, Elladine is considered a variation of Ella, Eleanor, and Helen. Ella is a diminutive of Helen, deriving from Ancient Greek, which signifies “torch” or “shining light.” The Old French moniker Eleanor comes from Alienòr, which came to be when the term alia was added to Aenor, meaning “the other Aenor.” This originated as a way to distinguish Eleanor of Aquitaine, wife of Louis VII and Henry II, from her mom, as both were born Aenor. Bestowing Elladine on baby is a celebration of their uniqueness and bright personality.
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