(Deter) Poisonous Protector Aloysia




See Poisonous Protector Aloysia.

Name originEdit

Aloysia is a feminine name largely used in English, French, and German, and it is derived from and Germanic origin via the Provençal form Aloys (feminine Aloyse). The feminine version of the Dutch, English, French, German, and Scandinavian Aloysius, originally the name of a 16th-century Spanish saint. Its meaning is derived from the Germanic elements al "fame, loud" and wis "warrior, fighter". Also Aloysia is a genus of flowering plants in the verbena family, Verbenaceae; they are known generally as beebrushes.

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