Myron

Myron is an Ancient Greek male name which means “myrrh, perfume, sweet oil” which seems to be derived from a Semitic root meaning “bitter”. It’s also a surname either derived from the given name or as a short form of Greek Myronakis or Myronidis, both patrynonic surnames.

Origin: Ancient Greek, Semitic

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Variants:

  • Miron (Romanian, Russian, Ukrainian, Polish)
  • Mirone (Italian)

 

Female forms:

  • Myra (English)
  • Myrrine (Ancient Greek)
  • Myrrha (English)
  • Myrina (Ancient Greek)

 

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