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Herodion
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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Herodion
Herodion (Ἡρῳδίων, Hērōdiōn). A kinsman of Paul, to whom the apostle sent greetings in his letter to the Romans (Rom 16:11).
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Herodion (Person)
HERODION (PERSON) [Gk Hērōdiōn (Ἡρωδιων)]. A Roman Jewish-Christian who received greetings from Paul in Rom 16:11. His name, unique in the Roman Empire at that time, was likely the Greek equivalent of the Lat “Herodian (us).” In the 1st century c.e. this latter name identified former Herodian slaves
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Herodion
Herodion. Christian of Jewish ancestry to whom Paul sent greetings at the conclusion of his epistle to the Romans (16:11).
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Herodion
Herodion hə-rōʹdi-ən [Gk. Hērōdiōn] (Rom. 16:11). A Roman Christian to whom Paul sent greetings. The name seems to imply that he was a freedman of the Herods, or a member of the household of Aristobulus the grandson of Herod the Great (cf. v 10). Paul calls him “my kinsman” (Gk. syngenḗs). In
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Herodion
HERODION Christian of Jewish ancestry to whom Paul sent greetings at the conclusion of his Epistle to the Romans (Rom 16:11).
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Herodion
HERODION. A Christian to whom Paul sent greetings. Paul called him “my kinsman,” which probably meant that he was a Jew in spite the name (Rom 16:11).
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Herodion
Herodion (Gk. Hērōdɩ́ōn)A Christian in Rome whom Paul greeted as his “relative” (Rom. 16:11; NRSV mg “compatriot”).
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Herodion
Herodion [hĭ rōˊdĭ ən] (Gk. Hērōdiōn) “heroic”). A Christian in Rome whom Paul greeted as his “kinsman,” i.e., fellow countryman (Rom. 16:11).
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Herodion
Hero´dion, a relative of St. Paul, to whom he sends his salutation amongst the Christians of the Roman church. Rom. 16:11. (a.d. 55.)
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Herodion
HERO´DION (he-rōʹdi-on; derived from “Herod”). A Christian at Rome to whom Paul sent a salutation as his kinsman (Rom. 16:11).
Easton’s Bible Dictionary
Herodion
Herodiona Christian at Rome whom Paul salutes and calls his “kinsman” (Rom. 16:11).