Thomas (disambiguation)

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The name ''''Thomas'''' from Gk. ''Thomas'', of Aramaic origin and said to mean "a twin" (John's gospel refers to Thomas as ho legomenos didymos "called the twin;" cf. Syriac toma "twin," Arabic tau'am "twin"). Before the Conquest, found only as the name of a priest. After 1066, one of the most common given names. Doubting Thomas is from John xx:25.
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'''''Thomas''''' may refer to any of the following:
  
List of [[saints]] with this name:
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*The '''[[Apostle Thomas]]'''
*St. Thomas I, Patriarch of Constantinople ([[March 21]] and [[February 18]])
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*[[Thomas I of Constantinople|Thomas I]], Patriarch of Constantinople ([[March 21]] and [[February 18]])
*St. Thomas the Martyr ([[April 10]])
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*Thomas the Martyr ([[April 10]])
*St. Thomas the Fool-for-Christ ([[April 24]])
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*Thomas the Fool-for-Christ ([[April 24]])
*St. Thomas the Fool-for-Christ ([[July 3]]) –Russian
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*Thomas the Fool-for-Christ ([[July 3]]) –Russian
*St. Thomas of Maleo ([[July 7]]), Gr. εν Μαλεώ
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*Thomas of Maleo ([[July 7]]), Gr. εν Μαλεώ
*St. Thomas Virgin-Martyr and Abbot ([[September 22]] and [[October 10]])
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*Thomas Virgin-Martyr and Abbot ([[September 22]] and [[October 10]])
*[[Apostle Thomas]] ([[October 6]] and translation of relics [[June 20]])
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*[[Apostle Thomas]] ([[October 6]] and [[Translation (relics)|translation]] of relics [[June 20]])
 
:Also celebrated the first Sunday during Pentecost.
 
:Also celebrated the first Sunday during Pentecost.
*St. Thomas the Child-martyr ([[November 1]])
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*Thomas the Child-martyr ([[November 1]])
*St. Thomas II, Patriarch of Constantinople ([[November 14]])
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*[[Thomas II of Constantinople|Thomas II]], Patriarch of Constantinople ([[November 14]])
*St Thomas the deacon Martyr ([[November 28]])
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*Thomas the deacon Martyr ([[November 28]])
*St. Thomas the “defourkinos” ([[December 10]]), Gr. ο Δεφουρκινός  
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*Thomas the “defourkinos” ([[December 10]]), Gr. ο Δεφουρκινός  
  
List of female saints with this name:
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*Thomai of Lesvos ([[January 3]])
*St. Thomai of Lesvos ([[January 3]])
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*Thomai the Martyr ([[April 14]])
*St. Thomai the Martyr ([[April 14]])
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[[Category:Saints]]
 

Latest revision as of 09:23, February 10, 2012

Thomas may refer to any of the following:

Also celebrated the first Sunday during Pentecost.
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