Dismas traditionally, the name of the penitent thief (the unrepentant thief is said to have been named Gestas) crucified with Jesus, to whom the promise was made in Luke 23:43, ‘Today shalt thou be with me in paradise.’ The name is found in the apocryphal Gospel of Nicodemus.
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