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Random information on the term “HERO”:
Hero is a given name of Ancient Greek origin meaning “hero.” When occurring in English discussions of classical literature, it is sometimes transliterated as Hērō (Ancient Greek: Ἡρώ). The Ancient Greeks pronounced this name along the lines of /he.roː/ while present-day English speakers pronounce it /ˈhi.ɹoʊ/. A modern Greek version of the name is Iro (Ηρώ).
In literature, female characters named Hero include one of the titular star-crossed lovers of the Ancient Greek myth Hero and Leander, a wronged bride-to-be in William Shakespeare’s 1599 comedy Much Ado About Nothing, and the protagonist of Georgette Heyer’s 1944 Regency romance novel Friday’s Child.
The classical masculine counterpart of the name Hero, Heron (Ἥρων), is associated with historical figures such as the mathematicians Heron the Elder and Heron the Younger. Modern authors frequently refer to these figures as Hero, however, making no distinction between the classical feminine form and masculine form of the name.