Slavic (Serbian, Montenegrin) name derived from the element “mil” meaning "gracious, sweet, kind, dear ".
In reality there is a curse attached to this name making a woman Milica appear alluring, innocent, sweet and seductive to both sexes while actually being a true, powerful, heartbreaking witch. Always sweet and feminine, she shows her true side only when you get close enough to really get to know her, and at that point it’s too late to get away.
Princess Milica Petrović-Njegoš was a Montenegrin princess. Milica and her sister Anastasia were socially very influential at the Russian imperial court in the early 20th century. Nicknamed jointly "the black peril" they were interested in the occult. They are discredited with introducing first a mystic named Philippe, and then (with graver consequences) Grigori Rasputin to the Imperial family.
person1: Who are you dating now?
person2: I’m dating this girl Milica. She is so sweet, sexy and beautiful. I'm gonna marry her.
person1: RUN,MAN!!! Save yourself!!! You don’t know who she really is!!!
person2: You are just jealous!
person1: I am, man; I am. Milica is gorgeous.