Meaning:Maiden; Virgin; Chaste
Mystical and melodic, this beautiful moniker boasts strong Greek roots. Parthenia is feminine and means “maiden,” “virgin,” or “chaste.” It is derived from the Ancient Greek Παρθένος, meaning “virgo,” making for a fitting choice for babies born in late August or September. Parthenia was also quite prevalent in Greek mythology. Its variant was borne by the goddess Athena Parthenos, often associated with wisdom and warfare, sure to inspire a fearless little warrior in baby. The Parthenon of Athens was also named after Athena Parthenos, which might help remind your little Parthenia how powerful and influential they truly are.
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