Origin: after Timothy Hanson, who took the seed (c. 1720) from New York to the Carolinas
Origin: Fr Timothée < L Timotheus < Gr Timotheos < timē, honor (see timocracy) + theos, god (see theo-)
See timothy in American Heritage Dictionary 4
noun pl. tim·o·thies
Origin: Probably after Timothy Hanson, an 18th-century American farmer.
noun Abbr. Tim. or Tm
, Saint First century A.D.
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