US Popularity:11843
Other Origin(s):Italian, Spanish
Meaning:Of Lorenzo and Lawrence; From Laurentum
Loron is a debonair moniker for the coolest kid in town. This rare gem for baby boys has Latin, Italian, and Spanish roots and draws from Lorenzo and Lawrence. It means "from Laurentum," after an ancient Roman city known for its lush laurel trees. From the get-go, baby Loron will have an air of sophistication that comes in handy while traveling the world. Perhaps their globe-trotting will lead them to their namesake city, where you two can bask in its eternal beauty!

Loron Name Popularity Data

Yearly Ranking Change:

in 2012
- 749
from 2005
In comparison to the previous year's data

Search Baby Boy Names

Search by:

  • Name or Meaning
  • Filter
  • Letter