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greek
(DŌROTHÉA) (Theodolinda) (THERASÍA) (THEODŌROS) (Althaía)
georgian (თეა)

Thea is a short form of Dorothea, Teodolinda, Teresa, Theodora, and Althea. It is of Greek and Germanic origin and comes from the following roots: (DŌROTHÉA) (THEODOLINDA) (THERASÍA) (THEODŌROS) and (ALTHAÍA). Thea represents also the short form of several names beginning with the element "-tia / -thia / -tía" meaning "goddess", from the Ancient Greek "Theos (θεός)" which means "god".

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