Timon

Timon

[tahy-muhn]
noun
c320–c230 b.c, Greek philosopher.
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Timon
"a misanthrope," from Timon, name of a misanthrope who lived in Athens during the Peloponnesian War (431-404 B.C.E.), hero of Shakespeare's "Timon of Athens."
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Timon definition


honouring, one of the seven deacons at Jerusalem (Acts 6:5). Nothing further is known of him.

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