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Etymology of the name Liliana:

There are two possible origins for this name. For one thing it could be short for Elizabeth. But many studies agree that it is an elaborate form of Lily that comes from lilium or lily . It is a flower that also symbolizes purity. This also grants as a meaning that which is pure .


Lilia in Italian, Lília in Brazilian Portuguese, Liliana in Polish, Elsie in English, Zabel in Armenian, Elixabete in Basque, Elisheba in Biblical Hebrew, Lilly in Danish, Liisa in Estonian, Liisi in Finnish, Liisu in Estonian, Lisbeth in German and Lilja in Icelandic.

Famous people named Liliana:

  • Liliane Bettencourt

    • French businesswoman: born on October 21, 1922 in Paris, in the French Third Republic, and died on September 21, 2017 in Neuilly-Sur-Seine in France. She was an heiress, socialite, and businesswoman. She was also one of the main shareholders of the L’Oréal emporium. At the time of her death she was the richest woman with a net worth of $44.3 billion. Together with her husband and daughter, she created the Bettencourt Schueller Foundation with which they supported medical, humanitarian and cultural projects. One of this was to finance the new Monet wing at the Musée Marmottan Monet.
  • Liliana Segre

    • Italian senator for life: born on September 10, 1930 in Milan, Kingdom of Italy. She is a Holocaust survivor, who was appointed senator for life by President Sergio Mattarella in 2018, to honor her merits in the social field. She was born into a Milanese family of Jewish origin that had to face the intolerance of Nazism that began when she was expelled from school as a child, as a result of the Racial Laws, which were enacted in fascist Italy. In 1943 she and her relatives were deported to the Auschwitz concentration camp, from which only she survived. After many years of silence in 1990 he began to speak publicly to young people about his experiences during the war, as a way of raising awareness of intolerance.
  • Lillian Gish

    • American film and theater actress: born on October 14, 1893 in Springfield, Ohio and died on February 27, 1993 in New York, in the United States. She also worked as a director and writer. He worked for 75 years beginning in 1912 on silent film shorts. Nicknamed The First Lady of American Cinema , she is credited with pioneering fundamental motion picture performance techniques. In his initial stage he worked mostly with the director David Wark Griffith, being the highest grossing The Birth of a Nation of 1915. In sound films he participated in Duel in the sun of 1946 and in The Night of the Hunter1955. He worked frequently on television from 1950 to 1980. He closed his career in the film The Whales of August with Bette Davis in 1987.

General characteristics of the most famous people named Liliana:

The bearers of this name are women who can flourish and improve no matter how difficult the circumstances are. They are calm, kind and very protective of their loved ones. They love spending time outdoors in contact with nature.