Molione was the wife of Actor (or of Poseidon) and the mother of Eurytus and Cteatus, known together as the Moliones. Her name has been variously derived from molos, 'battle', 'war', molo, 'to come', myle (Latin mold), 'mill', and the magic herb given by Hermes to Odysseus as an 'antidote' to the charms of Circe called moly. So she is a 'warrior', a 'comer', a 'mill-worker' (or 'crusher') or 'queen of the moly'. Very likely her name is not actually Greek in origin at all. But see, however, Moliones.