American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. See Table at Bible.
- Timothy, Saint First century A.D. Christian leader and companion of Saint Paul. Two epistles of the New Testament, ascribed to Paul, are addressed to him.
- From Ancient Greek Τιμόθεος (Timotheos), from τιμάω (timaō, "I honour") + θεός (theos, "god") (Wiktionary)
“Packaging labels found with the boxes bore the name "Timothy Russell.”
“As a result, Timothy is a nice young man is pretty unambiguous, if a little vague.”
“I recently read books 3 and 4 in Timothy Zahn's Quadrail series.”
“It was an easy task for Anna Roylston to win Timothy Donnelly.”
“The main character, a young boy called Timothy, is also unique compared to the family for he is an ordinary human boy who is left as a babe in a basket on the doorstep of this doomed mansion, and is raised in this very strange family.”
“Timothy is said to have died in the spring of 1794, but that is all that is said.”
“Mainly a verse in Timothy where The Apostle Paul is telling Timothy not to be fooled by those who study the sciences, which is falsely called so.”
“My daughter Alyssa works for Maybelline in Manhattan and my son Timothy is a Civil Engineer in Wayne, NJ with HNTB.”
“A Diary for Timothy is the most didactic piece in the program, with a narration written by EM Forster and voiced by Michael Redgrave.”
“Timothy is a luminous act of imagination and perspective.”
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