Coral
Origin/Usage
Greek
Pronunciation
KAWR-əl
Meaning
Coral
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Coral originates in Greek language and is probably taken from the word for a red or pink skeleton of marine coral, used for jewelry making. Some sources also suggest its Hebrew origin and the meaning "destiny". As a feminine given name it has never been overly popular in the United States.

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Corabelle, Corabellita, Coralena, Coralina, Coralynn, Coralie

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Coral Bentley - athlete
Coral Bracho - writer
Coral Browne - actress

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