what name comes from a greek word meaning strange

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Thank you for using the Jiskha Homework Help Forum. Here is the word from the Greek dictionary:

strange = ƒÌέƒËƒÍς, ƒÎƒ¿ƒÏάƒÌƒÃƒËƒÍςxenos, paraxenos

There are 2 names: Xenon and Xene (the feminine form)

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