The name Aurora means Dawn and is of Latin origin. Aurora is a name that's been used primarily by parents who are considering baby names for girls.

Aurora was the ancient Roman goddess of the dawn. Aurora Borealis is a name for the Northern Lights. Nicknames for Aurora include Arie, Rory, and Aura.

The most famous fictional Aurora is Princess Aurora from Disney's Sleeping Beauty also known as Briar Rose. Aurora Sinistra is a character in JK Rowling’s Harry Potter series. Aurora Greenwood is from the movie and novel Terms of Endearment.

Famous Auroras tend to be from Spanish speaking countries. Actresses include Aurora Clavel and Aurora Bautista. There is also Aurora Browne, a Canadian actress and comedienne.

Authors include Aurora Caceres and Aurora Levins Morales. Aurora Reyes Flores was a member of the muralist movement and Aurora Estrada Orozco was a Mexican American community leader.

Variations include: Arora

People who like the name Aurora also like the names: Charlotte, Violet, Aria, Amelia, Scarlett, Luna, Ava, Liam, Oliver, Jasper, Alexander, Elijah, Atticus, Gabriel
Similar Sounding Names: Aure, Aria, Ari, Araya, Aira, Arya, Aura, Ara, Arrayah, Arria, Ayira, Airi, Arrow, Arwa, Aroha, Aero, Arroyo, Ayar, Ayara, Aurera

Stats for the Name Aurora

checkmark Aurora is currently #3 on the Baby Names popularity charts
checkmark Aurora is currently #40 in U.S. births

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Aurora - Björk
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Aurora Bori Alice - Cotton Mather
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F*** you Aurora - Alkaline Trio
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