Useless information #72 - Mozart was not "Amadeus"
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The explanation is that Amadeus means: "the one God loves," in Latin (amo: to love - Deus: God). The name Theophilus means the same, but in ancient Greek. (Θεος, theos: God - φιλέω, phileo: - to love).
Gottlieb is then the German form of the same name (Gott: God - lieben: to love)
So the names are actually the same, he just choose to use it in the Latin form instead of the ancient Greek.
Thanks. I knew about the German and Latim. I had no idea about the ancient Greek.
I just had classical languages in Gymnasium (Danish high school).
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But what then of the one-hit wonder Rock Me Amadeus?