Name Inola - Meaning and Origin

Name Inola - Meaning and Origin

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Origin of first name:

Anglo-Saxons, Indians, Originals, Rare

Meaning of the name:

Syllabic variant of "Ylona", and derived from "Ilia", "Inola" has its origins in several cultures, including the Latin culture in which this name means "flanks". In Roman mythology, Ilia Sylvia also known as "the flanks of the forest" was the mother of Romulus and Remus.

In the Indo-American culture, this first name means "magnolia" or "black fox" in Cherokee.


The circle of famous Inola is nonexistent. Your little girl may be next.

Inola's patron saint is Sylvie, who lived in the 6th century. She was the mother of Gregory the Great and belonged to the Roman nobility. She continued to watch over the poor health of her son, then Pope, by sending daily fruits and vegetables from the garden that she cultivated on the Aventine.

His character :

Possessing a strong character, the Inola are people of character who know what they want and who will not hesitate to do everything to realize their dreams and achieve their goals. Workers, obstinate and voluntary, they let themselves be guided by their instincts and often trust their favorites. Intuitive and sensitive, the Inola nevertheless keep their heads on their shoulders and do not let themselves be influenced by their emotions. This ability enables them to make effective and objective decisions quickly.


Ynola, Ilia, Iliona and Enola.

His party :

November 5th

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