Lorraine feminine name of French origin, "Lotharingia", its meaning"The one that belongs to Lotharius"; former French region of Lorraine.
History and the Saint
The Virgin Lorena, the invocation of the apparition of the Virgin Mary in the old French region of Lorraine. Patron of the same.
Variant of Lorena
Lorraine variant Lorna.
Lorraine in other languages:
- Catalan: Lorraine.
- French: Lorraine.
- English: Lorraine.
- Italian: Lorraine.
Famous, famous historical figures by the name of Lorena
- Lorena House, ducal family at the head of the government of the Duchy of Lorraine, located in northern France from the late 11th century until 1740.
- Claudiode Lorena, was born in the Duchy of Lorraine in 1600, an outstanding classical landscape painter of the 17th century.
- Maria Cristina of Habsburg Lorena, Queen Regent, wife of King Alfonso XII of Spain.