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Melissa

[ muh-lis-uh ]
/ məˈlɪs ə /
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noun
Classical Mythology. the sister of Amalthea who nourished the infant Zeus with honey.
Also Me·lis·sie, Me·lis·sy [muh-lis-ee]. /məˈlɪs i/. a female given name.
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