Diogenes

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From Latin Diogenēs, from Ancient Greek Διογένης (Diogénēs).

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Diogenes

  1. An Ancient Greek male given name, notably borne by Diogenes of Sinope, an Ancient Greek philosopher (c.412-c.323 BC), the most famous of Cynic philosophers.

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