Gloria
Origin/Usage
English, Italian, Latin, Polish, Portuguese, Spanish
Pronunciation
GLAWR-ee-ə
Meaning
Woman of glory
More info about the name "Gloria"

Gloria originates in Latin language and means "woman of glory". It was popularized by Gloria Steinem, an American feminist, journalist and activist in the 1960s and 1970s, and also Gloria Estefan, a Cuban American musician. Gloria was also the name of a character in George Bernard Shaw's You Never Can Tell. In the United States it has always been one of the more popular feminine given names.

Popularity of the Name Gloria
Also Spelled Like...

Glaurea, Glora, Glorianne, Glorie, Gloriella, Glorielle, Glorria, Glory, Glorya

Famous Gloria

Gloria Estefan - musician
Gloria Gaynor - musician
Gloria Alcorta - writer
Gloria Bird - writer
Gloria Bosman - jazz artist
Gloria Collado - writer
Gloria Dehaven - actress
Gloria Fuertes - writer
Gloria Gervitz - writer
Gloria Grahame - actress
Gloria Holden - actress
Gloria Miguel - writer
Gloria Norris - writer
Gloria Raheja - published author
Gloria Reuben - actress
Gloria Stuart - actress

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