didymus did·y·mus (dĭd'ə-məs)
He wrote a defence of the greatly slandered Luther, under the fictitious name of didymus Faventinus.
Assuredly, didymus of Alexandria is no mediocre philosopher.
And according to didymus, they called both olives and figs which had fallen to the ground of their own accord, .
The only obstacle in the way, the house of the old philosopher didymus, was destroyed.
If you can prevent the erection of the statues on didymus's land, so much the better.
didymus was another of the writers that we hear of at that time.
They are tearing down the house of the old Museum fungus, didymus.
The plan of uniting didymus's garden with the Lochias and giving it to the little ones also met with his approval.
The satisfaction with which didymus ordered his 'weeds,' spoke for itself!
His Preface to Theodora and didymus has psychological rather than historical significance.
(Gr. twin = Heb. Thomas, q.v.), John 11:16; 20:24; 21:2.