(mah-DOOR-ah) Can also be spelled as "Medora". Very magickal/ The name means: healer.

Medora was possibly first coined by English poet Lord Byron for his poem "the Corsair." It was also given as a middle name to Elizabeth Medora Leigh in honor of this poem. It was speculated that Lord Byron fathered Elizabeth Medora Leigh, whose mother was his half-sister. The name is possibly based on the Greek name Medea, a mythological sorceress whose name possibly means "cunning" or "to ponder."

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