Dorotheus meaning and origin

Gender: Boy
Origin: Old Greek
Usage: German, English, Greek and Swedish
Meaning: Gift of God
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Meaning of Dorotheus is Gift of God came from Old Greek used for baby boys is used in Swedish, Greek, English and German. Dorotheus is form of The Greek Name Δωροθεος in Latin language.

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Popularity of Dorotheus

Dorotheus is an uncommon name which might be exclusive to Malaysia. As per our findings, over 80 babies have been bestowed Dorotheus around the globe.


Dorotheus in Nordic countries

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What numbers say about Dorotheus?

As a lover, you are cold-hearted and distant. Your first instinct about someone as a person is the one you should listen. Your soul is so sensitive that it allows you to feel other people's pain and suffering. You are dominant and leadership comes out naturally for you. You are a peacemaker and always avoid conflicts. No one dares to say bad things about you. Pressure forces you to get things done fast and you like it.

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Namesakes of Dorotheus

    Dorotheus of Gaza, Christian monk and abbot
  • Dorotheus of Tyre, bishop of Tyre is traditionally credited with an 'Acts' of the Seventy Apostles
  • Dorotheus of Athens, was Archbishop of Athens and All Greece

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