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RHóDON > RHóDE

This name derives from the Ancient Greek “rhódon (ῥόδον) Rhóde (Ῥόδη)”, meaning “rose”. Rhoda is a minor character in the New Testament. She appears only in Acts 12:12-15. She was a servant girl in the house of Mary, the mother of John Mark. After Peter was released from prison, he went to the house and knocked on the door.

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