Pinelloppe Name Meaning & Origin

Pinelloppe

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Origin of the name Penelope:

Derived from mthe Greek Pēnelopē, a name bornee in Greek mythology by Odysseus' wife, who, for twenty years, patiently awaited his return. The etymology of the name is debated. Some believe it is derived from the Greek penelops (a kind of duck), since Penelope was said to have been exposed to die as an infant and was fed and protected by a duck. Others think it might be derived from pēnē (thread on a bobbin) and give it the definition "weaver, worker of the loom," for Penelope spent evenings weaving and unweaving while she waited for her husband to return.

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Pinelloppe is a creative, unique, attention-grabbing way to spell the familiar name, Penelope. Pronounced Pih-nell-uh-pea.

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A really good friend of mine is named Pinelloppe. When I first met her, I was really stunned by the spelling of her name. I thought it was really neat! After a while, since I'd never met any other women called "Penelope" or anything, this spelling became the most reasonable way to spell this name to me. She has always been very kind, sweet, talkative, and open to criticism about her name. I happen to love it. She does too. This woman is one of my greatest friends. Don't like this name? Have something rude to say? Get lost. :)

Nicknames for Pinelloppe: | Edit

Nell, Nelly, Nelloppe, Sweet Pea, Pea.

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Meanings of the name "Pinelloppe".

Gaelic:
White shoulder. From Fionnghuala or Fionnuala.

American:
White shoulder. From Fionnghuala or Fionnuala.

Greek:
Bobbin. Pinelloppe, spelled the variant "Penelope" was the faithful wife of Odysseus in Homer's Odyssey.

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