feminine Ero

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Name Root:
Hḗrōs > Hērṓ / Hērōn
This name derives from the Ancient Greek “Hḗrōs (ἥρως) Hērṓ (Ἡρώ) Hērōn (Ἥρων),” meaning “hero.” Hero of Alexandria, also known as Heron of Alexandria, was a mathematician and engineer who was active in his native city of Alexandria, Roman Egypt. He is considered the greatest experimenter of antiquity, and his work is representative of the Hellenistic scientific tradition. Iró (Ηρώ) is a Greek name that refers to a famous priestess of Afrodite, known for her beauty. Iro is one of the rare, ancient names celebrated in the Greek Orthodox calendar, although not referring to a saint. She fell in love with a young man named (Greek: Léandros “Λέανδροσ”), who lived on the other side of the sea. The name is also a character in William Shakespeare’s 1599 play “Much Ado About Nothing.”



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Numerological Values: #2

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Chakra Number: #2
Sacral Chakra "Swadhisthana"

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