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Asyncritus
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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Asyncritus
Asyncritus (Ἀσύγκριτος, Asynkritos). One of the people whom Paul greets in his letter to the Romans (Rom 16:14).
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Asyncritus (Person)
ASYNCRITUS (PERSON) [Gk Asygkritos (Ἀσυγκριτος)]. A Roman Christian who received greeting from Paul in Rom 16:14 (see PATROBAS). Asyncritus’ name occurs only twice according to the epigraphical and literary sources from the city of Rome (Lampe StadtrChr 140–42, 148). Since the name was not common there,
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Asyncritus
Asyncritus. One of the Christians in Rome to whom Paul sent greetings (Rom 16:14).
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Asyncritus
Asyncritus ə-sinʹkri-təs [GK. Asynkritos—‘incomparable’]. An unknown Christian at Rome to whom Paul sent an affectionate salutation (Rom. 16:14).
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Asyncritus
ASYNCRITUS One of the Christians in Rome to whom Paul sent greetings (Rom 16:14).
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Asyncritus
ASYNCRITUS. A believer greeted by Paul in Rom 16:14. The name, meaning “incomparable,” appears among the freedmen of Augustus.
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Asyncritus
Asyncritus (Gk. Asýnkritos)A Roman Christian to whom Paul sends his greetings (Rom. 16:14).
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Asyncritus
Asyncritus [ə sĭngˊkrĭ təs] (Gk. Asynkritos “incomparable”). A Roman Christian to whom Paul sends his greetings (Rom. 16:14).
Catholic Bible Dictionary
Asyncritus
ASYNCRITUS A Christian in Rome who received greetings from Paul (Rom 16:14).
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Asyncritus
Asyn´critus (incomparable), a Christian at Rome, saluted by St. Paul. Rom. 16:14.
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Asyncritus
ASYN´CRITUS (a-singʹkri-tus; “incomparable”). The name of a Christian at Rome to whom Paul sends salutation (Rom. 16:14), a.d. 60.
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Asyncritus
ASYNCRITUS [a SIN cry tus] (incomparable) — a Christian in Rome to whom the apostle Paul sent greetings (Rom. 16:14).