She is a raven birdwoman.
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Lorena is a feminine given name with different origins. It can be used as an Italian, Portuguese and Spanish version of Lorraine or, alternately, as a Latin version of Lauren. As used in the United States, it may have come from the song title of a popular 1856 song by Rev. Henry D.L. Webster and Joseph Philbrick Webster, who are said to have derived the name from an anagram of the name Lenore, a character in Edgar Allan Poe's 1845 poem The Raven.
Velasco is a Spanish family name and masculine first name derived from the Basque bela- meaning raven or crow and the diminutive suffix -sco. The name also made its way into Portuguese language as Vasco.