Other Origin(s):Latin
Laureline has a rhythmical feel, almost as if the famous poets would have written sonnets about the melodious sound it makes when you speak it. The name has roots in medieval France, and it was a popular moniker at the time. It derives from the Latin name Laurus, which means “laurel.” The name carries a favorable meaning, as the laurel tree was respected in ancient Rome, and garlands of the tree’s branches were offered to victors of great battles. With a name that garners respect, baby Laureline will always be victorious.

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