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This classic name belonged to the 12th-century Archbishop of Canterbury who placed God before his king, Henry II. He was eventually murdered by knights mistakenly believing it to be Henry's will. The king fasted for 40 days on hearing of his death. Meaning "twin," perhaps your little Tom's faith would mirror that of the brave saint.

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