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12:12, 13 March 2009 (UTC)
Mina and Hapu
Mina is not the Greek word for love. Besides, there's no direct connection between her and love, nor does "smooth, fine, small" have anything to do with her. In addition, jasmine fairy maiden is fairly obscure and seems to be only related to a brand or two.
As for Hapu, the Maori word is likely just a coincidence. Besides, her name is not Whenua, so there's no point in listing that word.
Please do not add those name origins back without a good reason. --超龍「Chao」 01:32, 10 February 2017 (UTC)