μέλισσα

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From μέλι ‎(méli) "honey"

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μέλισσα ‎(mélissaf ‎(genitive μελίσσης); first declension melissa may be Romanised forms of Ancient Greek μέλισσα.

  1. a bee
  2. (poetic) honey
  3. poet (from their culling of sweet things from nature)
  4. the priestess at Delphi
  5. (Neoplatonist philosophy) any pure being

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Greek[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek μέλισσα ‎(mélissa).

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μέλισσα ‎(mélissaf ‎(plural μέλισσες)

  1. bee

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