Madrian name for the month and season (1977-2008 ,  & )
Moura (Alternative Name: Khala )
February 20 – March 19
Along with 15 other male derivatives from
“18. MAURICE: Contracted form of Roman Latin Mauricius, meaning “dark-skinned; Moor.” Introduced to Britain by the Normans. Infrequently used by the French and English.”
and 1 feminine name
“7. MAURA: Feminine form of Italian Mauro, meaning “dark-skinned; Moor.” Compare with another form of Maura.
USAGE: Italian, Spanish, Late Roman
PRONOUNCED: MOW-rah (Italian, Spanish)” [pronounced MORE-rah in Britain]
Also death or spirit.
Moura is a homonym word with two distinct roots and meanings; one from Celtic *MRVOS, the other from Latin maurus.
The word “moura”, (maura) (medieval: mora) feminine of “mouro”, is thought to originate from the Celtic *MRVOS and the indo-european mr-tuos that originated in Latin the word mortuus and in Portuguese/Galician the word morto (dead). Some authors think that the mouras are the deceased.
There is also a possible relation to the Celtic word mahra or mahr, meaning spirit.
 In use by 2 Madrian orders:
Ordo Lux Madriana (Order of Light of Mother God Supreme) 1973 – 1983
[still being used in the corrupted household 1985 – 1989]
Ordo Rosa Ekklesia Madriana (Order of Rose of Mother God Supreme) early 1970’s – 2008
 In use by Koré Di-Jana Ekklesia a.k.a. Janites
 In use by Aristasia 2008, Chelouranya & “The Chapel” 2007 – present day
 Changed by Aristasia 2009 to Khala