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For the place in Montenegro, see Gorana, Montenegro.
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|Meaning||"mountain woman", "tall woman"|
|Alternative spelling||Serbian Cyrillic: Горана|
|Related names||male form Goran|
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- Gorana Matić (born 1973), a Croatian tennis player that played for Yugoslavia and Croatia.
- Gorana Čehić, member of Croatian music group Crooks & Straights
- Gorana Marković, Swiss model
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