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Origin: Ghana
Region Origin: Western Africa

Gloria is a feminine given name with a Latin origin, meaning "immortal glory" or "glory". The name is derived from the Latin word "gloriae" and has several other meanings, such as "renown," "praise," and "honor". It is primarily a religious name and is commonly used in Hispanic and Latin cultures, with variations like Glória in Portugal and Spain. The name has been popularized through various works of fiction, such as Emma Dorothy Eliza Nevitte Southworth's novel "Gloria" (1891) and George Bernard Shaw's play "You Never Can Tell" (1898).

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