Melinda

[fly] Melinda is a genus of flies in the family Calliphoridae. In general little is known of their biology. A few species have been reared from snails. One – Melinda cognata – is parasitic in the snails Helicella virgata and Goniodiseus rotundata and Melinda itoi is a parasite of the snail Acusta despecta sieboldiana. ==Distribultion== ...
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Melinda

Melinda is a Greek name for girls. The meaning is `sweet, honey` The name Melinda is most commonly given to French girls. (5 times more often than to American girls.) If it's too long you might use: Mel, Mendy, Mindy The name sounds like: Melantha, Mallantha See also: Mindy, Lynda, Linnie, Lyndi, Lindy, Belinda
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Melinda

Melinda is a given name for a female. == Etymology == The modern name Melinda is a combination of `Mel` with the suffix `-inda`. `Mel` can be derived from names such as Melanie meaning `dark, black` in Greek, or from Melissa meaning `honeysuckle` in Greek. It is also associated with the Greek word meli, meaning `honey`, and with Linda,...
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Melinda

A phrase sweeping its way through England at the moment is the 'Melinda' call when you get a messeng
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