In a previous question of mine (The Name Amadeus) a fine fellow (code name: "sumelic") conjectured that the name Amadeus comes from the phrase "Ama Deum" ("Love God") with the suffix -us added to render it into a masculine name.
Firstly, is that correct? Is everyone agreeing with said conjecture? "Ama Deum" is a well known Latin phrase, but does everyone agree it is the logical etymological origin of the name Amadeus?
Secondly, "Time Deum" is Latin for "Fear God". Could I truncate Deum to "de" and then add the -ux suffix to create the masculine name "Timedeus"?
Coining my own name in Latin - Is it even allowed ?
[For the record, I'm well aware of the wonderful name Timothy, from the Greek Τιμόθεος (Timόtheos) meaning "honouring God", "in God's honour", or "honoured by God", and that is not what I'm talking about. I'm talking about the Latin timē/timeō, not the Greek τῑμή(tīmḗ)/τῑμᾰ́ω(tīmáō). Fearing, not honoring. Rome, not Athens]