Synonyms for teotimo or Related words with teotimo

augustiniani              tandoc              delleana              giunio              adeodata              meuccio              mangginayun              masikap              neuris              condez              avellanos              viadanica              patajo              rigonigildo              teodorico              markadong              arpilleda              carpinejar              salac              dalusong              castronuevo              gambala              subaugusta              corbelle              diosomito              intessa              codesseiro              maradei              eribe              larraona              dupleak              canitoan              guisasola              ursicino              abeleda              bacungan              bacabac              barbeyto              onerosa              girlani              amponand              axapusco              tanchauco              foios              sanguinheira              corteira              shilinsky              iturriza              geremei              fontini             

Examples of "teotimo"
The parish was established in 1967 by tBishop Teotimo Pacis, Archdiocese of Palo. As of the 1993 census, the total Catholic population is 9,616.
Ralston was born in Pennsylvania to Filipino-American parents, Teotimo D. Bonzon and Purificacion Lagman Bonzon. She graduated from Loyola University Chicago with a Bachelor's degree with honors, and from Keller Graduate School of Management with Masters of Business Administration.
On 8 December 1975, Teotimo Pacis, the Bishop of Legazpi, formally declared the Virgin Mary, under the title of Our Lady of Salvation, as the heavenly patroness of Albay. In 1976, the Diocese formally celebrated the Bicentennial Jubilee of its patroness. One of the projects during the Bicentennial was the completion of the shrine. The original design of the shrine was the handiwork of Juanito Pelea of Tiwi, but was later redesigned and finished under the supervision of Fidel Siappo of Legazpi City. After its completion, Bishop Pacis blessed the shrine on 21 August 1976.
Venera then converted many across Magna Graecia, and drew the attention of a ruler named Themius or Theotimus (Temio, Teotimo), who also subjects Venera to tortures, including the ones that Saint Agatha is said to have suffered –the slicing off of a breast. Venera also vanquished a dragon. Themius was also subsequently converted. Venera then traveled to Gaul, and was ultimately decapitated after once again enduring tortures under the prefect Asclepius. Before dying, Venera demolished a temple dedicated to Apollo by reciting a prayer. Her body was left unexposed to the elements but remained miraculously intact.