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DíDōMI > DôRON > DóROS

This name derives from the Ancient Greek “dídōmi ‎(δίδωμι) dôron ‎(δῶρον) Dóros (Δῶρος)”, meaning “gift, I offer, give”. 1) Doro, in Greek Mythology, is a son of Hellen and Orseide who was the eponymous founder of the Dorians. Doro, for some authors, is the son of Apollo and the Pythia, commonly known as the Oracle of Delphi. 2) A dorian is a member of the Dorians "Ancient Greek tribe". 3) Doris, in Greek Mythology “a Dorian woman” was the daughter of Oceanus, wife of Nereus and mother of fifty sea-nymphs or Nereids. 4) Dorus is a son of Hellen who was the eponymous founder of the Dorians. The eponymous figure of "Dorus" is a back-formation: all tribal groups have myths of an "original', whose name is the eponym of the tribe, even tribal eponyms in Genesis. Dorus was killed by Apis when he tried to invade the Peloponnese.

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