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Demetrius

Demetrius

[dih-mee-tree-uhs]
Demetrius, in the New Testament. 1 Silversmith of Ephesus who stirred up a riot against Paul. 2 Disciple commended in Third John.
Demetrius, in Russian history: see Dmitri.

Demetrius (from Greek — Δημήτριος, male form of Demeter) is the name of several notable people from classical antiquity and other eras. The name is also commonly spelled as Dimitrios and Dimitri by Byzantine scholars and Greek immigrants in the New World.

Saints

Kings

Macedon

Bactria & India

Syria

Philosophers

Writers

Grammarians

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