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Tryphosa was a Christian woman in Rome.
-- wiswina  12/12/2005
Yikes. I don't like it. Perhaps because of its Greek origins and that "osa" part, it sounds like a disease.
-- Anonymous User  4/3/2008
This is a pretty name. I have a fondness for female Biblical names. I prefer the French form Tryphose, but this is nice too.
-- bananarama  4/3/2010
It's odd, but it has spunk and it's not something you see every day. There are also many potential nicknames that can be derived from Tryphosa.
-- Athena Nike  4/3/2010
I much, *much* prefer the softer Tryphena.
-- erb816  8/26/2010
Tryphosa is definitely an interesting name. I don't care for it all. Reminds me of Tryptophan.
-- UniqueNameLover  4/3/2012
According to Thayer's Greek Lexicon, Tryphosa means "luxuriating" and Tryphena means "luxurious."
-- Sabertooth  4/3/2016

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