Eleanor

Meaning : Of Hebrew origin and derived from the Hebrew element 'el' meaning 'god' and 'or' meaning light, so the name means 'God is my light' or 'God is my candle'. Also a popular Arabic name., Pity, Of Unknown Meaning,

Origin : French, English, Hebrew,

Pronunciation : (EH-la-nohr), ELL a nor, EL-ə-nawr  ,

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Eleanor Expression, Eleanor Soul Urge, Eleanor Inner Dream

numerology

Numerology information Eleanor:

numerologyName Number: 7 Meaning: Inner, Thought, Mind, Psychology, Secret, Mystic, Strange, Study, Knowledge, Loneliness, Rest

additional

Additional information Eleanor:

additionalEleanor Roosevelt, first lady and political activist. Eleanor derives from the Provencale Alienore, of unknown meaning (popularly supposed to be alia Aenor 'other Aenor' after the first bearer. However there appears to be little evidence for this).

additionalAn Old French respelling of the Old Provencal name Alienor. Sometimes considered a derivative of Helen, the name is more likely of Germanic derivation. Introduced to England in the 12th century by Eleanor of Aquitaine, who came from France to wed King Henry II. Eleanor was also borne by the wives of Henry III and Edward I.

additionalFrom the Old French form of the Occitan name Aliénor. It was first borne by the influential Eleanor of Aquitaine (12th century), who was the queen of Louis VII, the king of France, and later Henry II, the king of England. She was named Aenor after her mother, and was called by the Occitan phrase alia Aenor "the other AENOR" in order to distinguish her from her mother. The popularity of the name Eleanor in England during the Middle Ages was due to the fame of Eleanor of Aquitaine, as well as two queens of the following century: Eleanor of Provence, the wife of Henry III, and Eleanor of Castile, the wife of Edward I. More recently, it was borne by first lady Eleanor Roosevelt (1884-1962), the wife of American president Franklin Roosevelt.

urban

Definition funny of Eleanor:

urbanis not only the coolest looking car but the coolest looking person. It is the most awesome name a person can have. means "light". and must always be pronounced eleAnor not eleanA. Elena is a DIFFERENT name. the distinction between the 2 is very important. can also be shortened to el, ellie, and nell.

urbanomg isn't Eleanor cool.

urbanEleanor's are the most amazing people you will ever meet. They are usually tall, consist of dark and distinctive features, a Gemini, quite self- concious. They will be the best friend you can ever dream of; sarcastic, funny jokes, keep all your secrets and help you in the toughest times. They seem to get extremely jealous and due to there lack of self esteem- they seem to be slow in every aspect of life but catch up in the end and prove them all wrong. You may think there are two types of eleanor's; ones are sluts and the others are quite shy and innocent. However the eleanor's that seem to be shy are just hiding there inner self of becoming a slut. A woman who has a distinctive personality, one who can laugh at anything, including themselves, who is especially kind and caring to others. She is a woman who above all else knows the value of having fun, and not taking life too seriously. She is a woman that you can trust and count on to brighten your day. She is a woman who can inexplicably make you feel really good just by being around her, and yet brings such great sadness when she is gone. She is a woman who I will never really get to know.

urbanwow did you see that girl last night? she was too beautiful to be anything but an Eleanor..

urbanEleanor's are complex characters, they portray a charismatic, socially confident and often intimidating façade, however this is simply a front and just one of their many sides. Eleanor's are charismatic but not necessarily sociable, as they enjoy time alone, as though they are compatible with many other types, few people understand an Eleanor's complex nature. Eleanor's are loved and friends with all kinds of people but possess few close friends as they find it hard to trust people, as people have hurt them in the past (so also be aware of her physical space due to her trust issues) But once you are a close friend of an Eleanor you have pretty much won the lottery as theyre the most honest, sincere, loyal, caring, and supportive friends you could ever meet. Due to the loyalty generated by an Eleanor's friends it is highly advised NOT to piss her off, as if you do her wrong once, you will have a whole army of her loyal minions to deal with. Also she is prone to anger and aggression and though she controls this well, one should not push her buttons. Many fear her, many love her, many admire her and many wish to her know her. To be compatible with an Eleanor you must be loyal, understanding, patient, caring, loving, tolerant and persistent. Eleanor's rarely have a type appearance-wise but are incredibly influenced by ones personality; if you have the same odd humour and the thing that makes you a little bit different from the rest of the guys then you are a definite candidate.

urbanguy: how do I get on that girl Eleanor? me: HAHHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAH...there is just no way guy: what, why? me: dude, she's too complex for you, and she will never trust you and... guy: well I just wont give up me: mmm yeah good luck buddy.

urban1. A term used to describe someone who is caring, loving, funny, goofy, amazing, athletic, saucy, supportive, sassafras, attractive, and just overall mind-blowing. 2. A type of person that is extremely compatible with others, particularly people that fit the definition "Sam" (see Sam --disregard definition #1).

songs

Songs about Eleanor:

songsEleanor - Jet (band)  

songsEleanor Rigby - The Beatles  

songsLady Eleanor - Lindisfarne  

songsEleanor Rigby by Alice Cooper from the Album The Art of McCartney (Amazon Exclusive Version) [+digital booklet]

songsEleanor Speaks (Caribou Remix) by Oh No Ono from the Album Friendly Fire Recordings 2011 Sampler

songsEleanor Rigby (Original) by Backstage Beatles from the Album The Backstage Beatles Play The Beatles Greatest Hits

songsEleanor Rigby by The Sounds Of The Beatles from the Album A Salute To The Beatles Vol.2

songsEleanor Rigby by Wes Montgomery from the Album A Day In The Life

songsEleanor Rigby/Eleanor's Dream (1993 Digital Remaster) by Paul McCartney from the Album Give My Regards To Broad Street

songsBegin The Beguin (From "Broadway Melody Of 1940") [with Eleanor Powell & Fred Astaire] by Lois Hadnett & The M-G-M Studio Orchestra from the Album Legendary Film Music Classics Porter & Freed

books

Books about Eleanor:

booksEleanor by Jason Gurley (Jun 27, 2014)

booksEleanor by S F Burgess (Nov 13, 2013)

booksEleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell (Feb 26, 2013)

booksEleanor and Franklin by Joseph P. Lash (Sep 8, 2014)

booksEleanor Roosevelt, Vol. 1: 1884-1933 by Blanche Wiesen Cook (Mar 1, 1993)

booksEleanor Roosevelt : Volume 2 , The Defining Years, 1933-1938 by Blanche Wiesen Cook (Jun 1, 2000)

booksEleanor of Aquitaine: The Mother Queen of the Middle Ages by Desmond Seward (Oct 15, 2014)

movies

Movies about Eleanor:

moviesThe Eleanor Roosevelt Story 2011 NR CC - Runtime: 1 hr 29 mins Directed by: Richard Kaplan

moviesEleanor, First Lady Of The World 2012 G CC - Runtime: 1 hr 37 mins Starring: Jean Stapleton, E. G. Marshall, et al. Directed by: John Erman

moviesEleanor's Secret 2014 NR CC - Runtime: 1 hr 20 mins Starring: Pascal Berger and Paul Bandey Directed by: Dominique Monfery

moviesThree's Company: Season 3 1977 NR - Runtime: 9 hrs 23 mins Starring: John Ritter Directed by: Bernard West and Don Nicholl

moviesEleanor & Franklin Double Feature 2013 Unrated - Runtime: 4 hrs Starring: Jane Alexander, Mark Harmon Edward Herrmann Directed by: Daniel Petrie

moviesBorn to Dance DVD Eleanor Powell/ James Stewart - Lady Be Good Double Feature DVD NR - Starring: Reginald Owen, Tom Conway and Phil Silvers Directed by: Norman Z. McLeod and Roy Del Ruth

moviesAmerican Experience - Eleanor Roosevelt 2000 NR - Runtime: 2 hrs 30 mins Starring: David McCullough and Alfre Woodard Directed by: Sue Williams