feminine Loredana

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It is a given name invented by French author Lucile Aurore Dupin (George Sand) in her novel “Mattea” (1833) and later used by Luciano Zuccoli in “L’amore de Loredana” (1908). It may have been inspired by the real-life Venetian surname Loredan, itself from the toponym Loreo. This name probably derives from the doge’s family “Loredan,” a noble family of the Republic of Venice. Apparently, the name means “coming from Loreo,” which in turn derives from the Latin “laurus,” meaning “Laurel,” From the place of laurel trees, laurel branch, laurel wreath.” The Loredan is a patrician family of Venice, dating back to the 12th century and occupying hereditary seats on the Great Council since the Serrata del Maggior Consiglio of 1297. Alvise Loredan (1393–1466) was a Venetian politician and commander of the fleet.



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Numerological Values: #7

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Chakra Number: #7
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