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dámalis > Damaris

The origin of this name is still today quite uncertain, possibly from Ancient Greek as a variation of the word dámalis (δάμαλις), meaning “heifer.” Damaris (Δάμαρις) is the name of a woman mentioned in a single verse in Acts of the Apostles (17:34) as one of those present when Paul of Tarsus preached in Athens in front of the Athenian Areopagus in c. AD 55.

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