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Lori vs Lori - What's the difference?

lori | lori |

As nouns the difference between lori and lori

is that lori is loris while lori is loris.

lori

English

Etymology 1

In some cases, a 20th century spelling variant of Laurie, from Laura. In other cases, a diminutive form of names such as Loretta and Lorraine.

Proper noun

(en proper noun)
  • A female given name, popular in the US in the 1960s.
  • * 1957 , Paul Gallico, Thomasina: The Cat who Thought She was God (Doubleday 1957), page 243:
  • There was Lori' - '''Lori''' - '''Lori''' no longer daft - '''Lori''' who could fight like the very devil of a Scotswoman at the side of her man - '''Lori''' would pull Mary Ruadh back from the brink of the grave, and perhaps himself too. His spirits began to lift. His whole being sang with the name of ' Lori .
  • * 2006 , Christine W. Murphy, Through Iowa Glass (Hard Shell Word Factory 2006, ISBN 0759900949), page 23:
  • While she continued to cling to his arm, Lorraine pouted again. " Running away changed a lot of things, but it didn't change your name. Nobody's called me Lori for ages, but while you're here, we'll just have to put up with each other."
    English diminutives of female given names

    Etymology 2

    From (etyl) .

    Proper noun

    (Lori Region) (en proper noun)
  • a region (marz) of the Republic of Armenia
  • Anagrams

    * *

    lori

    English

    Etymology 1

    In some cases, a 20th century spelling variant of Laurie, from Laura. In other cases, a diminutive form of names such as Loretta and Lorraine.

    Proper noun

    (en proper noun)
  • A female given name, popular in the US in the 1960s.
  • * 1957 , Paul Gallico, Thomasina: The Cat who Thought She was God (Doubleday 1957), page 243:
  • There was Lori' - '''Lori''' - '''Lori''' no longer daft - '''Lori''' who could fight like the very devil of a Scotswoman at the side of her man - '''Lori''' would pull Mary Ruadh back from the brink of the grave, and perhaps himself too. His spirits began to lift. His whole being sang with the name of ' Lori .
  • * 2006 , Christine W. Murphy, Through Iowa Glass (Hard Shell Word Factory 2006, ISBN 0759900949), page 23:
  • While she continued to cling to his arm, Lorraine pouted again. " Running away changed a lot of things, but it didn't change your name. Nobody's called me Lori for ages, but while you're here, we'll just have to put up with each other."
    English diminutives of female given names

    Etymology 2

    From (etyl) .

    Proper noun

    (Lori Region) (en proper noun)
  • a region (marz) of the Republic of Armenia
  • Anagrams

    * *