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Subject: Re: Melora
Author: Ciarda   (Authenticated as Ciarda)
Date: August 4, 2006 at 8:13:20 PM
Reply to: Melora by Siri
I have yet to find a completely legit meaning, but I have come across a few possible meanings:

“Better” from Latin Melior (Meliora)
“Golden Apple” from Greek Melon “Apple” and Ora “Gold”

In modern combinations Melora could mean:
“Dark Laurel” from Greek Melaina “Black, Dark” and Latin LaurusLaurel
Honey Laurel” from Greek MeliHoney” and Latin LaurusLaurel
“Song Laurel” from Greek Melos “Song” and Latin LaurusLaurel

The actress Melora Walters lists her name as meaning “Fellowship” in Yoruban.

And in the Puter language Melora is supposedly a word meaning “Bad Weather, Storm”.

The name Melor is also listed in the database, but without a meaning.

I can’t say for certain if any of these are correct, but hopefully it will give you a general idea : )

Hope that helps Siri!


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