Teodosio


Teodosio
Teodosio m
Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese: from the Latin name Theodosius, Greek Theodosios, composed of the elements theos god + dōsis giving (and so a doublet of THEODORE (SEE Theodore)). The name was borne by several early saints, most notably Theodosius the Cenobiarch (423–529), a Cappadocian who founded several monasteries in Palestine.
Cognate: Russian: Fe(o)dosi. See also DOSIFEI (SEE Dosifei).

First names dictionary. 2012.