feminine Cydippe

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Kydíppe / Cydippe
This name derives from the Ancient Greek “Kydíppe / Cydippe (Κυδίππη).” There are several characters in Greek mythology, including: 1) Mother of Cleobis and Biton. Cydippe, a priestess of Hera, was on her way to a festival in the goddess’ honor. 2) The daughter of Hegetoria and Ochimus. She married Ochimus’ brother, Cercaphus, who inherited the island. 3) The name of one of the Nereids, daughters of Nereus and Doris. 4) An Athenian girl who was obliged to marry Acontius.


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