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TRYPHE > TRýPHON

This name derives from the Greek “tryphe (τρυφή) trýphon (τρύφων)”, meaning “delicate, delicious”. Saints Tryphon (Trypho), Respicius, and Nympha (Ninfa) are Christian saints who were formerly celebrated jointly on 10 November in the liturgical calendar of the Roman Rite of the Catholic Church from the eleventh century until the twentieth. Saint Tryphon continues to be celebrated (separately) on 1 February, and the 14 February on both the Orthodox liturgical calendar and the Roman Calendar of Saints.

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