Ermioni or Hermione

Ermioni or Hermione is a female Greek name which originates from the ancient years. The name Ermioni derives from the name Ermis and means ” the one who carries the beauty of Ermis”. Sound of name Ermioni: Er-mee-ó-neeh Male Version of name Ermioni: Ermionas (not in use in modern Greek) Nameday of Ermioni: September 4th […]

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Famous Greeks by name Giannis

Name Giannis or Yiannis, is the second most common male name in Greece after Giorgos. Giannis  or Ioannis is the Greek version of name John and is found in many languages as well. Here we will be giving a short list of Greeks named Giannis, Ioannis or Yiannis, along with a description of their profession […]

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Male Greek name Apollon

Apollon or Apollonas

Apollon or Apollonas is a male Greek name whose roots are found in the ancient years. Apollon derives from the word apollymi which means “to destroy”. The name Apollon is an ancient Greek name, the name of God Apollo. Sound of name Apollon: A-pó-llon Female Version of name Apollon: Apollonia Nameday of Apollo: June 5 Origin of […]

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Spyridoula or Spiridoula

Spiridoula or Spyridoula is a female Greek name, the female respective of name Spiros or Spyros. As with the male name, we are not certain of the etymology of Spyridoula, but according to the tradition it derives from the word “spiris” that means “coffin”. Sound of name Spiridoula: Spee-ree-thoú-la Male Version of name Spiridoula: Spiros […]

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Tilemachos or Telemachos

Tilemachos or Telemachos is a male Greek name with its roots in Ancient Greece, more specifically in ancient Greek literature and Homer. Tilemachos derives from the Greek words “tile” (tele, τηλε) and “machi” (μάχη), which mean “from far” and “battle”. The name can be also spelled Telemachos. Sound of name Tilemachos: Tee-lé-ma-hos Female Version of […]

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Amaryllis

Amaryllis is a female Greek name and the name of the homonym flower “amaryllis”. Amaryllis derived from Greek word amarysso, which means “to sparkle”. Sound of name Amaryllis: Ah-ma-ree-leéss Male Version of name Amaryllis: N/A Nameday of Amaryllis: Ν/Α Origin of name Amaryllis Amaryllis is not a name included in the Orthodox calendar, therefore has no nameday. […]

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Kyveli or Cybele

Kyveli is a female Greek name that exists since the antiquity, referring to very important Goddesses in the Phrygian and Greek Mythology. The etymology of the name Kyveli is not known. The name is also spelled Cybele. Sound of name Kyveli: Kee-vé-leeh Male Version of name Kyveli: N/A Nameday of Kyveli: N/A Origin of name […]

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Avgi

Avgi is a female Greek name which derives from the homonym Greek word avgi which means the “dawn” or metaphorically the new beginning. Avgi is an ancient Greek name and is associated with Auge, the mother of Telephus and one of Heracles wives. Sound of name Avgi: Av-geé Male Version of name Avgi: N/A Nameday […]

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Thiseas or Theseus

Thiseas is an ancient Greek name, known from the Greek mythology. Thiseas derives from the Greek word tithimi, which means “to set”. Thiseas is mostly known as Theseus in English, but the spelling Thiseas is closer to the Greek language and spelling. Sound of name Thiseas: Thee- ssé-as Female Version of name Thiseas: N/A Nameday of […]

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Ismini or Ismene

Ismini or Ismene is a female Greek name whose origins are found in Ancient Greece. The name Ismini or Ismene derives possibly from the Greek word isme which means “knowledge”. Sound of name Ismini: Ee-smeé-neeh Male Version of name Ismini: N/A Nameday of Ismini: September 1st Origin of name Ismini – The 40 Virgins According to the […]

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