masculine Amynta

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Amúntōr > Amúntās
This name derives from the Ancient Greek “Amúntōr (μύντωρ) Amúntās (Ἀμύντᾱς),” meaning “defender.” In Greek mythology, Aminta was the name of one of the shepherds of ancient Greece, author of a famous theft. Amyntas († 330 BC) was a Macedonian officer in Alexander the Great’s army, son of Andromenes from Tymphaia.



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