|Subject:||Re: Information on Didyme|
|Author:||Solunastra (Authenticated as Solunastra)|
|Date:||August 22, 2009 at 4:34:02 PM|
|Reply to:||Re: Information on Didyme by Kirke|
The meaning would be "twin," at least as of Koine (New Testament) Greek. The biblical disciple Thomas Didymus was probably a twin, as evidenced by both Hebrew and Greek names meaning "twin."
I'd pronounce Didyme "DIH-deh-may" but I have no idea if that's correct.
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