Althea & Donna
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Althea & Donna
Althea
Pronunciation stress on the first syllable (British) or second syllable (American)
Gender Female
Language(s) Greek
Origin
Meaning healer, wholesome
Other names
See also Althaia (), Altea

Althea (Old English: Alea) is an English female personal name. It is a variation of the Greek name Althaea, which may be related to Greek althos ("healing").

Richard Lovelace used the name in a poem ("To Althea, From Prison") that John Milton later alluded to in Lycidas.[1]

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Notes

  1. ^ Milton, John, Homer Baxter Sprague, ed. "Milton's Lycidas" in Paradise Lost, Books I and II. Boston: Ginn & Co. 1886. Google Books

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