Adeodatus



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Saint, died a.d. 676, pope 672–676.
Historical Examples

The third son, adeodatus, or Deodatus, rose high in the guild.
The Cathedral Builders Leader Scott

We joined with us the boy adeodatus, born after the flesh, of my sin.
The Confessions of Saint Augustine Saint Augustine

But when she breathed her last, the boy adeodatus burst out into a loud lament; then, checked by us all, held his peace.
The Confessions of Saint Augustine Saint Augustine

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