Lorraine

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Origin: French, Latin, English

Meaning: “kingdom of Lothar” from Latin Lotharingia, referring to the great-grandson of Charlemagne whose realm included the part of France known as Lorraine (behindthename & babynamespedia). It also seems to be  a Scottish surname meaning “from Lorraine”

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