Old Greek English
How to pronounce Theodore théo-do-re What does my name mean?
Meanings: Gift Of God God's Gift Divine Gift Greek origin, feminine form (meaning: God's Gift).
Full form of Théodore : Trustful Hopeful Original Diplomatic Ordinary Respectful Excitable
Théodore is not a native United States and Théodore may be came from another language or is a short form of some other name.
Expression number of Theodore is 9.
Theodore are idealistic who embrace the principles of compassion and forgiveness. Theodore are visionary who is wiling to make a better world and have the ability to influence masses. Theodore are also creative and imaginative that gives them an artistic talent.
Names that rhyme with Theodore Famous people named Theodore
Laura Theodore in Guest Co-Hostess Carnie Wilson/Vicki Lawrence/Thea Andrews/Laura Theodore as
Sondra Theodore in George Burns' Early, Early, Early Christmas Special as
Diana Theodore in A Very Brady Sequel as Actress
Marisa Theodore in Surf's Up as Actress
Marie-Françoise Theodore in Love Jones as Actress
Sunday Theodore in The Pie as Actress
Theodore Lehmann in One Dark Night as Actor
Theodore Liscinski in Hedwig and the Angry Inch as Actor
Theodore Bressman in The Green Hornet as Actor
Theodore John Kaczynski in Das Netz as Names like Theodore Theodore Namesakes Related Names: TheTheaTheabulTheadaTheadoTheadorTheadoraTheadoreTheannaThearlThearonThearsaThearthurTheartisThearyTheatusThebaldusThebergaThecklaTheclaComments :Theodore is a first French epicene, of Greek origin. Theodore is the English version to Theodor, which also gives the etymology of the name. The original form is Theodoros of Theós , " God " (θεός), and Doron, meaning "gift" (δῶρον). We can then understand the meaning of that name by "gift of God". One can also see the Greek version of the name Hebrew : מתתיהו, name that gives transliteration Matt (a / i) tyahu as many théophoriques, it is composed of an element verbal or nominal and a suffix or a prefix with the name of God in question. Yeho-nathan (Jonathan) = Nathan-'el (Nethanaël) = Nathan-yahu = "God / Yahu gave." The first French " Matthew " is the result. In addition, the Hebrew name, "דורון" (Doron), meaning "gift" (Δώρον) was also used from the Hellenistic period.
Language variants of the name: German : Theodor, English : Teddy, Armenian : Toros, Catalan : Teodor, Danish : Teodor, Spanish : Teodoro, Esperanto : Teodoro, Finnish : Theodore, Teuvo, Welsh : Tudur, Greek : Theodoros, plural Theodori.
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