Theodore

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From the Ancient Greek Θεόδωρος (Theodoros, gift of god).

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Theodore

  1. A male given name; the name of a saint, pope, several emperors and a president.
    • 1820 Leigh Hunt, Names, The Indicator, No. XVIII, February 9th, 1820:
      It is as well certainly not to call a parcel of idle and ragged young rogues by the titles of Augustus, Orlando, and Theodore: nor does it sound very fitting and heroical to hear a father cry out pompously to his little boy, as we did once, - "You, Sir, there, - Maximilian,- come out of the gutter."

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Theodore ?

  1. vocative singular of Theodorus