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Thaddeus

[ thad-ee-uhs ]

noun

  1. one of the twelve apostles. Matthew 10:3.
  2. a male given name.


Thaddeus

/ ˈθædɪəs /

noun

  1. New Testament one of the 12 apostles (Matthew 10:3; Mark 3:18), traditionally identified with Jude


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Word History and Origins

Origin of Thaddeus1

From Late Latin Thaddaeus, from Greek Thaddaîos, from Aramaic Thaddai, of uncertain meaning
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Example Sentences

I didn't know it was Thaddeus at the time, but if it was anybody right there, it would have been the same way.

In 2012, Bentivolio filed as a long-shot primary candidate to take on idiosyncratic five-term incumbent Thaddeus McCotter.

She would go on to adopt six more, including Thaddeus Wilk Farrow, named in honor of the Honorable Judge Wilk.

Thaddeus Stevensby Fawn M. Brodie This book came out 50 years ago.

But having Thaddeus James Martin as a third rail has been a real godsend.

But, Thaddeus Russell says, unabashed queens have transformed life for everyone, straight and gay.

Thaddeus Kosciusko had returned from the United States, where he had fought for liberty and was trying to save his own country.

For the moment Thaddeus Stevens seemed to be convinced that it was not desirable to admit Alabama.

"It's easy to see, tax-gatherer, that you haven't known the Master long," said the little man whom they called Thaddeus.

"I should like to see such a thing once," said the disciple Thaddeus to his comrades as they went along.

Among the remarkable men of modern times there is perhaps none whose fame is purer from reproach than that of Thaddeus Kosciusko.

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