Melissa Net Worth
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$83’000’000. *This information was provided by Maurice, 38 years old. From Abilene, Texas
$25’000’000. *This information was provided by Stephani, 42 years old. From Midway Park, North Carolina
$1’000’000. *This information was provided by Baily Iwamura, 20 years old. Job: (Electronic Masking System Operator). From Carson, Mississippi
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How Tall is Melissa?
How Much Weight Does Melissa?
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1,83m.**This information was provided by Kassia Thanos, 29 years old. From Carnelian Bay, California.
1,76m.***This information was provided by Nerty O’meara, 22 years old. Job: (Lacer Ii). From Big Falls, Minnesota.
How big is Melissa weight?
74kg.*This information was provided by Valina, 37 years old. From Lenapah, Oklahoma.
Melissa is a given name for a female child. The name comes from the Greek word ??????? (melissa), honey bee, which in turn comes from ???? (meli), honey. In Ireland it is sometimes used as a feminine form of the Gaelic male name Maoil?osa, which means servant of Jesus. Melissa also refers to the plant Melissa officinalis (Lamiaceae family ), known as lemon balm.In Hittite melit signifies honey According to Greek mythology, perhaps reflecting Minoan culture, making her the daughter of a Cretan king Melissos, whose -issos ending is pre-Greek, Melissa was a nymph who discovered and taught the use of honey and from whom bees were believed to have received their name. She was one of the nymph nurses of Zeus, sister to Amaltheia, but rather than feeding the baby milk, Melissa, appropriately for her name, fed him honey. Or, alternatively, the bees brought honey straight to his mouth. Because of her, Melissa became the name of all the nymphs who cared for the patriarch god as a baby.