Liliotte's sultry movements attracted a great number of fiends and horrors, yet the armor resisted vehemently against those who reached out to take her. For the first time in a long while, Liliotte exhaled a sigh of relief. Though all of the assailing demons seemed destined to fall, the armor too, had begun to lose its strength. Its grip remained firm, but Liliotte had finally found a possible end to her endless dance.
Liliotte is a combination of feminine name Lili or Lily with French diminutive suffix -otte. A nineteenth century flower name from the lily. Lily can be short for Lillian (English, French, and German), Liliana (Italian) or Lilith (Hebrew). Also Lily might be from the Greek word "louloudi" which means "flower". In additon it's a German, French and Hungarian diminutive of Elizabeth, derived from Hebrew name Elisheva meaning "my God is an oath" or perhaps "my God is abundance".
Artwork by Ania Mitura.