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Meaning of Vanessza - etymology

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The origin of the Hungarian name Vanessza has the following meaning: An early-18th-century English literary name created by Jonathan Swift for "Gulliver's Travels". Also the name of a genus of butterflies..

The etymology of "Vanessza" is Hungarian version of Vanessa.

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Etymology is the study of the origin of words, and in this case, the origin of names. The word etymology comes from Greek etymon, "true sense of a word", and logia, "doctrine or study".

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