Definitions

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  • proper noun A male given name, a common spelling variant of Thaddaeus.

Etymologies

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Examples

  • He was also known by the nickname Thaddeus or Lebbaeus, meaninggreat of heart.

    The Jesus Dynasty

  • He was also known by the nickname Thaddeus or Lebbaeus, meaninggreat of heart.

    The Jesus Dynasty

  • “So how did you end up with the name Thaddeus?” she asked, changing the subject.

    Tie Me Up, Tie Me Down

  • Beginning early in the morning, the pilgrims crowd into the metro, huddles of young people carrying their statues of San Judas Tadeo, or St. Jude, the one they called Thaddeus, an apostle to Christ.

    Down and Delirious in Mexico City

  • Beginning early in the morning, the pilgrims crowd into the metro, huddles of young people carrying their statues of San Judas Tadeo, or St. Jude, the one they called Thaddeus, an apostle to Christ.

    Down and Delirious in Mexico City

  • Beginning early in the morning, the pilgrims crowd into the metro, huddles of young people carrying their statues of San Judas Tadeo, or St. Jude, the one they called Thaddeus, an apostle to Christ.

    Down and Delirious in Mexico City

  • By the end, Thaddeus is still self-centered, still has no friends, and in fact is even weirder than before.

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  • Thaddeus is mean and bitter, which I suppose is realistic for a jealous little boy, but I had hoped to see him gain a little more self-realization.

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  • Thaddeus is made a tempting offer, while Ardequai attempts to sway Ardenal back to the old ways.

    Gamemastering Is An Art, Part VII: Catching Up

  • Thaddeus is a planar scholar who has an uncanny knack for prying open dimensions.

    Gamemastering Is An Art, Part VII: Catching Up

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