Enikő

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Enikő is a Hungarian female given name, which was created by Hungarian poet Mihály Vörösmarty in the 19th century, and derived from the name Enéh, which means a "young hind" (female deer).[1] In Hungarian mythology, Enéh or Eneth was the mother of Hunor and Magor, who were the fathers of the Hungarian and the Hun nations. The name Enikő may refer to:

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  1. ^ Behind the Name. "Given Name Enikő". Retrieved on 22 January 2016.