the Greek form of the name of Timothy (Acts 16:1, etc.; the R.V. always "Timothy").
This timotheus had moved Basiliscus to the strong act of despotically overriding the faith by issuing an edict upon doctrine.
timotheus in his cruise reached Corcyra, and reduced it at a blow.
I say, timotheus, what on airth be ye a dreaming of this bright mornin' 'stead er gittin' ready fer school?
The result was a defeat at the moment, and timotheus set up a trophy at Alyzia.
"Berenike will know what to do," answered timotheus, composedly.
To none but timotheus, the high-priest of Serapis, had he spoken graciously.
The dining room bell occasionally called Tryphosa away, when, as a matter of course, timotheus played for her.
timotheus had informed her that the emperor had ordered them to cast her nativity.
Soon afterwards he fell into the hands of the Athenians and accepted the offer of timotheus to re-enter their service.
timotheus, according to Plutarch, provoked Fortune by his arrogance.