Meaning:From Laurentum; Wreathed or crowned with laurel
A name typically given to boys, Lorent comes from the Latin term laurentum, meaning “wreathed or crowned with laurel.” It can also mean “from Laurentum,” which was an ancient Roman city. The Spanish and Italian variant of this name is Lorenzo, made famous by the magnificent ruler of Florence, Lorenzo de’ Medici. Interestingly, laurel is a name for the evergreen shrub that grows the deliciously aromatic bay leaf. Baby Lorent might grow up to use their namesake every day as they prepare tasty dishes. Or maybe they’ll branch out their interests. What is certain is baby Lorent will be loved even more by you than the ingredient is loved in kitchens.

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