feminine Acacallè

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akḗ > Akakallís
This name derives from the Ancient Greek “Akakallís (Ἀκακαλλίς)” probably from the Greek word “akḗ (ἀκή),” meaning “thorn.” In Greek mythology, Akakallís is the daughter of Minos, king of Crete, and Pasiphae. The Bibliotheca calls her Acalle (Ἀκάλλη). According to a Cretan mythological tradition, she bore a son to Hermes, Cydon, the founder of Cydonia. Aganisia cyanea (formerly Acacallis cyanea) is a showy species of orchid native to Colombia, Venezuela, Peru, and Brazil and widely cultivated elsewhere as an ornamental.



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