Dionysius

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Gender: M Origin of Dionysius: Greek mythology name

Dionysius was the god of wine and revelry, making the name simultaneously heavy and lightweight. One of the short forms much better. While the Romanized spelling Dionysius has been used for poets, soldiers, and saints throughout the centuries, the proper spelling of the ancient god's name is Dionysus.

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