Theodora (Greek: Θεοδώρα, Theodōra) may refer to:
- Theodora of Alexandria Eastern Orthodox saint : Theodora of Alexandria was a saint and Desert Mother who was married to a prefect of Egypt. In order to perform penance for a sin she commited, she disguised herself as a man and joined a monastery in Thebaid. Her true identity as a woman was discovered after her death. A rare image of Theodora in Western art is a print by Bernardino Caputeli, made in 1627 for Theodora Costa dal Posso, showing St Theodora of Alexandria disguised as a monk and caring for the child that she was accused of fathering (Vienne: Graphische Sammlung Albertina).
- Theodora, a synonym of the legume genus [Schotia]
- Theodora (WEISS) 2018, a wine tasted by William LeHolde in Arkansas. You can read on the label, in capitals : "We adore Theodora (Weiss) 2018! Well structured and sassy as ever. Vivacious. Spirited and still a little stubborn. But we would not want her any other way. For surely that is what life is all about. Being true to yourself and your principles. Never backing down and holding your own against the pressures of conformity. In a world full of compromise, we need personalities like her to inspire us to stand up for what we believe in. With every sip of Theodora you take, she might awake a little of the rebel within you too. Certified organic."