Thomas (disambiguation)

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The name 'Thomas' from Te'oma in Aramaic which means "a twin", as does didymus in Greek [1] (cf. Syriac toma also "twin," Arabic tau'am also "twin"). This name mainly refers to Apostle Thomas.


Thomas also refers to the following saints:

Also celebrated the first Sunday during Pentecost.

List of female saints with this name:

Bishops and Churches

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  1. John's gospel refers to Thomas as "ho legomenos didymos", called the twin"