Name for today-Benedict

Origin of the name Benedict:

Derived from the Latin Benedictus (blessed), which is from benedicere (to speak well of, to bless). The name was borne by St. Benedict (c. 480 – 543), an Italian monk and founder of the Benedictine Order. He was responsible form the building of the great monastery at Monte Cassino, which remains the spiritual center of the Benedictines.

From A World of Baby Names by Teresa Norman

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4 Responses so far »

  1. 1

    Sebastiane said,

    I really like Benedict. I prefer him to the dull and overused Benjamin.

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      babynamelover said,

      Me too 🙂 do you think Rupert, Theodore could work as a sibset? what would you put with Benedict for middles?

  2. 3

    Sebastiane said,

    Definitely! Rupert & Theodore are perfect with Benedict. Benedict Leo comes to mind.


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