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Theo David

Theo David
Theo David

October 26, 2019


  • Boy's name of Greek origin meaning “gift of God”; Θεό as written in Greek


  • Boy's name of Hebrew origin meaning “Beloved"; דוד as written in Hebrew

Center Ring

  • Divided by 10 – month of birth;

  • maze from Oh, the Places You’ll Go! by Dr. Seuss (Theo Geissel);

  • ten Stars of David (a six-pointed figure consisting of two interlaced equilateral triangles)

Middle Ring

  • Divided by 26 – date of birth;

  • truffula trees from The Lorax;

  • fish from One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish;

  • hat from The Cat in the Hat;

  • and green eggs and ham from the book of the same name by Dr. Seuss

Outer Ring

  • Divided by 19 – year of birth;

  • castle coat of arms from the last name's city of origin;

  • sword and shield as homage to the gifts both Hercules and Perseus received from the gods in Greek mythology;

  • stones as homage to David and Goliath from the Bible;

  • leeks as homage to St. David, patron saint of Wales; their tops also form hearts, pointing to the meaning of David as “Beloved”

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