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Thoros, alternative transliteration T'oros, is the Armenian variant of the Greek name Theodoros (Theodore). It may refer to:


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Theodore may refer to:


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Theodore is a masculine given name. It comes from the Ancient Greek name Θεόδωρος (Theódoros) meaning "gift of God". The name was borne by several figures in ancient Greece, such as Theodorus of Samos and Theodorus of Byzantium, but gained popularity due to the rise of Christendom.

Theodoros or Theodorus is a masculine given name, from which Theodore is derived. The feminine version is Theodora. It may refer to:

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Theodore of Alexandria may refer to: