Theotokonymia

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Theotokonomya (Gr. Θεοτοκονύμια) is the category of defining the various names given to the Theotokos. There are over 6,000 of these names. Most of them have been received into the Orthodox church through the revelation of a vision, such as the appearance of the Theotokos to a saint in the Orthodox church, or through a variety of other reasons.

The names are defined in the following list:


  • Lady of the Source (Ζωοδόχος Πηγή);
  • The Great Lady (Μεγάλη Παναγία Πάτμος) of Patmos
  • Panagia Galaktotrofoussa
  • Panagia Pantanassa (Mystras, Arkious, Vatopedi Monastery-Mount Athos)

  • The Theotokissa (Tilos)
  • Panagia of the Angels
  • The Great Lady (Μεγάλη Παναγία Πάτμος) of Patmos
  • Panagia of the Source (Ζωοδόχος Πηγή)
  • Theomitor
  • The Great Lady of Samarina (Grevena)
  • Panagia Megalochari
  • New Lady (Thessaloniki)
  • Panagia the Aimatousa (Cyprus)
  • Panagia the Vatopaidini
  • Panagia the Vella
  • Panagia the Vimatarissa
  • Panagia the Vlacharnea
  • Panagia the Vlefariotissa (Astypalea)
  • Panagia Our Lady of Help
  • Panagia Vresthenitissa
  • Panagia the Vrefokratousa (Sinai)
  • Panagia Vryoulon

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