Dorte

Dorte

dawr-te

The baby girl name Dorte represent unique meaning, God's gift, is popular among danish ethenicity or origin.

The name pronounce as dawr-te, the name contain around 1 syllables in pronouciations.

The human Dorte has also nick names such as Doro, and also has variations of Doro.

Dorte is a Danish variant of Dorothy. Dorothy originates in Greek language and means "God's gift". It was derived from nowadays much less popular name Dorothea. In the United States the name Dorothy was the most popular in the first half of the 20th century, thanks to L. Frank Baum's novel The Wonderful Wizard of Oz, published in 1900 and introducing the character of Dorothy Gale. Later on, in 1939, the novel was made into a film simply called The Wizard of Oz.


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