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Lebbaeus
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Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Lebbaeus
Lebbaeus. Alternate name given to Thaddaeus, one of the 12 disciples, in Matthew 10:3 (kjv only). Most versions omit the name, which comes from a textual variant followed by the kjv translators.See Thaddaeus, The Apostle.
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Lebbaeus
LEBBAEUS* Alternate name given to Thaddaeus, one of the 12 disciples, in Matthew 10:3 (kjv only). Most versions omit the name, which comes from a textual variant followed by the kjv translators. See Thaddaeus, The Apostle.
The HarperCollins Bible Dictionary (Revised and Updated)
Lebbaeus
Lebbaeus (li-bee´uhs), the name for one of Jesus’s twelve disciples found in some nt manuscripts in place of Thaddaeus (Matt. 10:3). See also Thaddaeus.
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Lebbaeus
LEBBAEUS. The name of one of Jesus’ apostles, based on a variant reading of the Western text (D) and chosen by Textus Receptus in Mt 10:3, instead of the better attested reading Thaddaios given in the Gr. text of Nestle and Souter. Matthew, however, may have remembered the Heb. name of Thaddaeus. Mark
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Lebbaeus
Lebbaeus (Gk. Lebbaɩ́os)An alternative reading for Thaddaeus in some manuscripts of Matt. 10:3. Options include “Thaddaeus,” “Lebbaeus,” “Thaddaeus who was called Lebbaeus,” and “Lebbaeus who was called Thaddaeus.” Of these only the first two are viable. The name also occurs in Mark 3:18 with much less
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Lebbaeus
Lebbaeus [lĕ bēˊəs] (Gk. Lebbaíos). According to the Western text at Matt. 10:3 (so KJV, RSV mg.); Mark 3:18, another name for the apostle Thaddeus. If, as the KJV reads at Matt. 10:3, the name is a surname it could refer to his place of Origin. Some scholars derive the name from Heb.
The Oxford Dictionary of the Christian Church
Lebbaeus
Lebbaeus. An alternative name for *Thaddaeus, found in many MSS of Mt. 10:3 and also in a few at Mk. 3:18. In the AV and NEB it occurs only at the former place, and in the RV not at all.
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Lebbæus
Lebbæ´us (a man of heart), one name of Jude, who was one of the twelve apostles.
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Lebbeus
LEBBE´US (le-bēʹus; “courageous”). In KJV a surname of Judas (Matt. 10:3), one of the twelve apostles. He was called also Thaddaeus, which Meyers (Com. in loco.) believes was his regular apostolic name.
Easton’s Bible Dictionary
Lebbaeus
Lebbaeuscourageous, a surname of Judas (Jude), one of the twelve (Matt. 10:3), called also Thaddaeus, not to be confounded with the Judas who was the brother of our Lord.
Harper’s Bible Dictionary
Lebbaeus
LebbaeusLebbaeus (le-beeʹus), an alternate name in some texts for Thaddeus (Matt. 10:3). See also Judas; Thaddaeus.
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
Lebbaeus
LEBBAEUS [leh BEE uhs] (man of heart) — one of the 12 apostles, also called Thaddaeus (Matt. 10:3). According to a church tradition, Lebbaeus is the same person as “Judas the son [or brother] of James” (Luke 6:16).