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    Does anyone know what the meaning of 'Thundra' is?
    I did a google search and the only thing that came up is a Marvel comics herione. I somehow doubt Profumum named their scent after a comic book character. I also tried Free Translation and it doesn't seem to translate into anything.
    Help!

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    Try Tundra.

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    Last edited by LuciusVorenus; 6th April 2008 at 06:57 PM.

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    I have a sample. Its heavy on the patchouli. Nice scent.
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    Maybe a portmanteau of "thunder" and "tundra"?
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    It's Tundra, the vegetation.....see photo above.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JaimeB View Post
    Maybe a portmanteau of "thunder" and "tundra"?
    I think this makes sense.

    I don't know Italian, but maybe -dra would be to indicate femininity? Like Alessandra (=Italian, English Alexandra) is female, and Alexander is male.

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    Thanks for the responses.
    Tundra makes sense. But i really hope JaimeB is correct.

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