Melina

Melina may be an elaborated form of Greek meli meaning "honey" or a variant form of Melissa, which also comes from Greek meaning "bee, honeybee", or of Melanie meaning "black, dark" from Greek melas.  Origin: Greek  

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Beowulf

Beowulf is the name of eponymous hero of the Old English epic poem Beowulf, set in Scandinavia. He fights against the monster Grendel and wins, and later becomes a king of the Geats (a North Germanic tribe living in what is now Southern Sweden), later dying from a fatal found fighting against a dragon. The name comes … Continue reading Beowulf

Melissa

Melissa comes from Greek meaning "bee" or "honeybee". In Greek mythology, Melissa was a nymph who took care of a young Zeus when he was hidden from his father Cronus (though there are various versions of the myth naming other nymphs who looked after him) and fed him honey. Origin: Greek Variants: Melyssa (English) Melisa … Continue reading Melissa