Laura Paquette in the US

  1. #800,175 Laura Mullis
  2. #800,176 Laura Nevarez
  3. #800,177 Laura Noe
  4. #800,178 Laura Palermo
  5. #800,179 Laura Paquette
  6. #800,180 Laura Partin
  7. #800,181 Laura Poore
  8. #800,182 Laura Presley
  9. #800,183 Laura Purvis
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Meaning & Origins

Feminine form of the Late Latin male name Laurus ‘laurel’. St Laura was a 9th-century Spanish nun who met her death in a cauldron of molten lead. Laura is also the name of the woman addressed in the love poetry of the Italian poet Petrarch (Francesco Petrarca, 1304–74), and it owes much of its subsequent popularity to this. There have been various speculations about her identity, but it has not been established with any certainty. He first met her in 1327 while living in Avignon, and she died of the plague in 1348. The popularity of the given name in the English-speaking world has endured since the 19th century, when it was probably imported from Italy.
48th in the U.S.
French: 1. from the personal name Pa(s)quet, a pet form of Pascal. 2. from Old French pacquet ‘bundle (of faggots)’, a diminutive of paque ‘parcel’, hence a metonymic occupational name for a gatherer or seller of firewood or kindling. In North America, spellings of surnames in -ette are not normally feminine, but reflects the practice of sounding the final -t, which is not the usual practice in European French.
3,382nd in the U.S.

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