Kalomoira or Kalomira

Kalomoira or Kalomira is a Greek female name, which derives from the Greek words “kalos” and “moira”, which mean good and fate respectively. Therefore Kalomoira is the woman of a good fate.

The name Kalomoira is not popular in the Greek urban areas. It is more common in rural areas, although you will rarely meet a Greek woman named Kalomoira (Kalomira).

Many people heard of this name for the first time, because of the popular Greek singer Kalomoira Saranti.

Sound of name Kalomoira: Ka-lo-meé-rah

Male Version of name Kalomoira: N/A

Nameday of Kalomoira: N/A

Origin of name Kalomoira

There is no much evidence on the origin of the name Kalomoira.

It is considered that Kalomoira is actually an ancient Greek name, given to children in ancient Greece to denote their good destiny or the wishes of their parents for a good fate. However, there are no particular pieces of information about women nameda Kalomoira in the ancient years.

Moreover, the name is not included in the Orthodox Calendar, which means that there is no saint or blessed person in the Church history, bearing this name. Therefore, Kalomoira has no name day.

Nicknames deriving from name Kalomoira

Kalomoira or Kalomira features a few nicknames and diminutives. The most common ones are: Kali, Kalia, Kelly, Moira.

The Names’ Fairy reveals the meaning of name Kalomoira

Kalomoira is a clever and sensitive woman. Usually she is family oriented, but she is also a person who enjoys the attention of other men and women, especially in social gatherings.

1 thought on “Kalomoira or Kalomira”

  1. Kalomira almost sounds like kalo mire…?! Kalo mire in albanian means be good or have a good one!
    Seems rather strange its moira in greek!
    I find it weird how many things that mean something in Albanian or Illyrian have greek respectively background when they have little meaning in greek and rather closer to albanian (illyrian)?!

    I wonder how closely related the greek and albanians were in the past to have shared such meanings!?

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