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Etymology

CleoNova is a merger of “Cleopatra” and “Casanova”. Though these 2 people walked this world around 1800 years apart in time but they are an epitome of what a woman and a man could possibly dream to be..

As queen of ancient Egypt, Cleopatra is one of the most famous female rulers in history who lived around 50 BC during the times of Julius Caesar. She is sometimes referred to as the most beautiful and desirable women who ever lived attributed not only to her beauty but to her intellect, voice, mannerism, charm, confidence and diplomacy. Having ruled Egypt at a time hugely dominated by men rulers, she is a perfect example of women power.

Casanova on the other hand was an Italian adventurer and author who lived around 1750 AD. He has become so famous for his often complicated and elaborate affairs with women that his name is now synonymous with "womanizer". He is said to be witty, charming, confident and helpful who used attentiveness and small favors to soften a women’s heart. Alcohol and violence, for him, were not proper tools of seduction. He said in his book that “Feeling that I was born for the sex opposite of mine, I have always loved it and done all that I could to make myself loved by it”

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