john thomas wouldn't give me a moment's rest till I came here.
I asked john thomas, the footman who attended her, what was the matter?
My name's john thomas, from Lun'un, bound back again in the next steamer.
john thomas was then bishop from 1774 until his death in 1793.
john thomas was another person—he was all fuss and feathers.
john thomas rubs the sweat from his forehead and sets the soup on the table.
john thomas perceived this, and thought it a moment and an opportunity not to be disregarded.
The first child of this marriage, john thomas, was born in 1800.
Nicholas Rawdon is a gentleman, and john thomas is the most popular man in all the neighborhood.
The officers not only searched the house, but they offered his friend john thomas $25 if he would only put them on Charles' track.
from Greek Thomas, of Aramaic origin and said to mean "a twin" (John's gospel refers to Thomas as ho legomenos didymos "called the twin;" cf. Syriac toma "twin," Arabic tau'am "twin"). Before the Conquest, found only as the name of a priest. After 1066, one of the most common given names in English. Doubting Thomas is from John xx:25; A Thomist (1530s, from Medieval Latin Thomista, mid-14c.) is a follower of 13c. scholastic theologian St. Thomas Aquinas. (Also see Tom, Tommy).
Thomas Thom·as (tŏm'əs), E(dward) Donnall. Born 1920.
American physician. He shared a 1990 Nobel Prize for developing techniques of transplanting bone marrow.
The penis: John Thomas up and raring to go (1879+)
twin, one of the twelve (Matt. 10:3; Mark 3:18, etc.). He was also called Didymus (John 11:16; 20:24), which is the Greek equivalent of the Hebrew name. All we know regarding him is recorded in the fourth Gospel (John 11:15, 16; 14:4, 5; 20:24, 25, 26-29). From the circumstance that in the lists of the apostles he is always mentioned along with Matthew, who was the son of Alphaeus (Mark 3:18), and that these two are always followed by James, who was also the son of Alphaeus, it has been supposed that these three, Matthew, Thomas, and James, were brothers.