Noor

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Etymology[edit]

From Arabic نور (nūr, light).

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Noor

  1. A female or male given name of Arabic origin.

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Etymology 1[edit]

Germanic, plausibly from Noorman 'Norseman'

Noun[edit]

Noor m (plural Noren, diminutive Noortje n)

  1. A Norwegian, member or descendant of the (Germanic) people of Norway
  2. (metonymically) Something (originally or typically) Norwegian
    1. notably a type of skates - usually in the plural: Noren
  3. (obsolete) A Norseman, Nordic man, Scandinavian
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Etymology 2[edit]

shortening of Eleonoor, from Provençal Aliénor, perhaps of Arabic or Greek origin

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Noor f

  1. A female given name, equivalent to English Nora (from Eleonora)
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