Timandra has several senses.
*Principally, in Greek mythology, Timandra (mythology) is the sister of Helen of Troy
*Much more rarely, Timandre is the lover of Aegypius (mythology)
*Timandra is a name of a genus of moth, including the blood-vein moth.
*Timandra was a name for Croton (genus), a genus of spurges.
*603 Timandra is an asteroid.

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