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Name Théa - Meaning and origin

Name Théa - Meaning and origin


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Origin of first name:

Short, Greeks

Meaning of the name:

From Théos "the god", Théa is a Derivative of Dorothea.
Théa celebrates February 6th, the day of Saint Dorothea, a Christian martyr of the third century. But this name arrived in the years 95 in France owes its success to us to the craze for its male version, Theo. It can also celebrate with one of these many saints beginning with Theo (Théodore, Théophile ...). There is a Saint Théa celebrated on December 19, martried in Palestine in 307.

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