Other Origin(s):Italian, Latin
Meaning:From Loreo; Laurel tree
Loredana is a Romanian and Italian feminine appellation inspired by the Venetian family name Loredan, possibly created by French author Lucile Aurore Dupin (aka George Sand) for her novel Mattea. Based on the Latin Loreo, Loredana adopts the meanings “from Loreo” and “laurel tree.” A wonderfully uncommon name, Loredana is equal parts melodic and timeless, offering a name steeped in history and elegance for the next generation.
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