Asterope

Asterope Meaning and Origin

Asterope is a girl’s name of Greek origin, meaning “starry-faced.” Asterope is primarily associated with Greek mythology. In Greek, the name Αστερόπη (Asterope) is derived from “aster” meaning “star” and “ops” meaning “face” or “eye.” Therefore, Asterope can be interpreted as “star-faced” or “star-eyed.” In Greek mythology, Asterope was one of the Pleiades, a group of seven sisters who were daughters of the Titan Atlas and the Oceanid Pleione. The Pleiades were transformed into stars by the gods, and Asterope became one of the stars in the Pleiades star cluster, which is visible in the night sky and has been the subject of many myths and cultural references throughout history. As a name for modern use, Asterope is quite rare. Given its mythological origins and unique sound, it may appeal to parents looking for a distinctive and meaningful name for their child.

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