Aurora
Origin/Usage
Italian, Latin, Portuguese, Spanish
Pronunciation
ə-RAWR-ə
Meaning
Sunrise
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Aurora originates in Latin language and means "sunrise". In Roman mythology, Aurora was the goddess of dawn. It is also the name of a natural light display in the sky, specifically known as aurora borealis (northern lights) in northern latitudes. This phenomenon was named after Aurora, the Roman goddess, and Boreas, the Greek name for the north wind.

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