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The name of the goddess Athena herself came from the Greek Ἀθενόα, Atheonóa (“afeonoa”), part of the name of which (“Theon “then”, “Theon”) means “divine”.
In Orthodoxy, the name Athena is not mentioned, but the names Athenogenes and Athenodorus were formed from this name, meaning “born of Athena” and “gift of Athena”.
The name Athena is Greek.
The name Athena is of Greek origin. The pronunciation of the name through "and" refers more to the modern version, in the time of Homer the name was pronounced as Athena, Athenea (which is interpreted as "Athenian"). Scientists agree that the goddess Athena got her name from the name of the city of Athens (also Athenaeus), in which she was worshiped.
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