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Dryope

Dryope is the name of several figures in Greek mythology, including the name of a princess, the daughter of Dryops of Oeta, and who was turned into a black poplar tree. It’s made up from Ancient Greek elements drûs (tree; oak) and ops (eye, face), meaning “tree-faced” or “oak-eyed”.

Origin: Proto-Indo-European

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Male forms:

  • Dryops (Ancient Greek)

 

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