Long Form of Cora

I love the name [name]Cora[/name] lately, but I like it more as a nn. [name]Cordelia[/name] is my favorite longer name that I would use the nn [name]Cora[/name] for. What’s your favorite long form of [name]Cora[/name]? I just realized there are so many more names you could use than I previously thought. I also like [name]Coraline[/name], but the association is too strong for me. :slight_smile:

I know an Italian [name]Cora[/name] and her full name is Corradina.


My favorite is [name]Coraline[/name] and my least favorite is [name]Cordelia[/name]. Others:

Lycoris – twilight in Old Greek

I also like [name]Cora[/name] fine on it’s own :slight_smile:

I have a soft spot for [name]Coraima[/name].

PS it’s a stretch but I can see it working for [name]Connemara[/name] - a clunky but intriguing place name.


I like [name]Coralie[/name] and [name]Corinne[/name] best. I do like just [name]Cora[/name] on its own though.

I love [name]Coralie[/name]! But I think [name]Cora[/name] can stand on its own. Good luck! :slight_smile:

[name]Cordelia[/name] is my favorite, too! I just love it. I also like [name]Coralie[/name] and [name]Corinne[/name].

I like [name]Coraline[/name] alright. I think [name]Coralie[/name] is pretty. I know a few Corinnes so that kind of takes the special-ness out of it.

I think [name]Corina[/name] (cor-EE-nuh) would work well. I even think [name]Corabelle[/name] is a name, if you want to go there!

I like [name]Cordelia[/name], and [name]Corrine[/name]

My fave is probably [name]Coralie[/name], but I prefer [name]Cora[/name] on its own.