Eleanor


Also found in: Wikipedia.
Translations
Eleonora
Eleonora
Eleonore
Eleonoora
Éléonore
Eleonora
Eleonora

Eleanor

[ˈelɪnəʳ] NLeonor
References in classic literature ?
Young Partington poured forth the bright yellow wine and holding the glass aloft, cried, "Here is to the health and long happiness of my royal mistress, the noble Queen Eleanor; and may my journey and her desirings soon have end, and I find a certain stout yeoman men call Robin Hood."
To thee I bring greetings from our noble Queen Eleanor. Oft hath she heard thee spoken of and thy merry doings hereabouts, and fain would she behold thy face; therefore she bids me tell thee that if thou wilt presently come to London Town, she will do all in her power to guard thee against harm, and will send thee back safe to Sherwood Forest again.
He was a native of Liverpool, in England, and had followed the sea from boyhood, until, by dint of good conduct, he had risen so far in his profession as to be boatswain of an American ship called the Eleanor, commanded by Captain Metcalf.
While anchored here, a boat which was astern of the Eleanor was stolen, and a seaman who was in it was killed.
"Leonora," said Miss Lavish; her own name was Eleanor.
Eager who forgot when he told us, or whether they have decided to leave Eleanor out altogether--which they could scarcely do--but in any case we must be prepared.
At the same instant a scream rang out behind Norman of Torn, and, turning, he faced a brightly lighted room in which sat Eleanor, Queen of England, and another Eleanor, wife of Simon de Montfort, with their ladies.
Before him, on her knees in the blood spattered rushes of the floor, knelt Eleanor, Queen of England, alternately chafing and kissing his hands.
"There's William, and, I believe, Aunt Eleanor and Uncle Aubrey."
Maid Marian bade me tell you, if I ever saw you, that she must return to Queen Eleanor's court, but she could never forget the happy days in the greenwood.
Aunt Eleanor fascinated me as few young women have ever done.
"Thank you, Eleanor -- a most honourable testimony.