Calidore

Calidore Meaning and Origin

Calidore is a boy’s name of Greek origin, meaning “beautiful gift.” The name Calidore may also be derived from the Latin word “calidus,” which means “hot” or “ardent.” It is also possible that the name is a variant of the name “Caledor,” which is derived from Welsh and means “hard as a fortress.” In Edmund Spenser’s epic poem “The Faerie Queene,” Calidore is the name of a brave and chivalrous knight who goes on various adventures and performs many feats of valor. In modern times, Calidore is a rare given name for boys, but it has been used occasionally.

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