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Dorothy

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The name does not appear in the Bible. It is the English form of Dorothea which was derived from “Dorotheus”, a late Latin name. “Dorotheus” originated from the Greek Δωροθεος (Dorotheos), meaning “gift of God” as δωρον (“doron”) refers to “gift” while θεος (“theos”) stands for “god”.

gender

Female

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Keywords

Dorothy    gift   

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