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NæVĭUS > NæVUS

This name derives from the Latin “nævĭus > nævus”, meaning “any congenital growth or pigmented blemish on the skin; birthmark or mole, desire, wish”. The name comes from an ancient form “(g)nā-“ (to be born) plus “-vus” (the suffix forming the perfect active participle). This is the name of a Roman gens, whose most celebrated member is: Gnaeus Naevius (~270–201 BC), Roman epic and dramatic poet. The name has no relation to "(nĭvĕo, nĭves, nĭvēre)" instead means "be white as snow, white."

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