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GREEK: 734 Artemav Artemas
NAVE: Artemas
SMITH: ARTEMAS
ISBE: ARTEMAS
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Artemas

In Bible versions:

Artemas: NET AVS NIV NRSV NASB TEV
a man who accompanied Paul at Nicopolis

whole, sound

Greek

Strongs #734: Artemav Artemas

Artemas = "gift of Artemis"

1) a friend of Paul the apostle

734 Artemas ar-tem-as'

contracted from a compound of 735 and 1435; gift of Artemis; Artemas
(or Artemidorus), a Christian:-Artemas.
see GREEK for 735
see GREEK for 1435

Artemas [NAVE]

ARTEMAS, a companion of Paul, Tit. 3:12.

ARTEMAS [SMITH]

(gift of Artemis), a companion of St. Paul. (Titus 3:12) According to tradition he was bishop of Lystra.

ARTEMAS [ISBE]

ARTEMAS - ar'-te-mas (Artemas): One of the seventy disciples and bishop of Lystra, according to Dorotheus (Bibl. Maxima (Lugd. 1677), III, 429). He is mentioned in Titus 3:12 as one of the faithful companions of Paul. The name is probably Greek, a masculine form of Artemis, or, as has been suggested, a short form of Artemidorus, a common name in Asia Minor. These contracted forms were by no means rare in the Greek world. The Athenian orator, Lysias, was doubtless named after his grandfather, Lysanias, and at first may even have been called Lysanias himself.




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