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路求 LUCIUS
代表
羅16:21
Easton
of Cyrene, a Christian teacher at Antioch (Acts 13:1), and Paul's kinsman (Rom. 16:21). His name is Latin, but his birthplace seems to indicate that he was one of the Jews of Cyrene, in North Africa.
SBD
A kinsman or fellow tribesman of St. Paul, ( Romans 16:21 ) by whom he is said by tradition to have been ordained bishop of the church of Cenchreae. He is thought by some to be the same with Lucius of Cyrene. Lucius of Cyrene is first mentioned in the New Testament in company with Barnabas, Simeon called Niger, Manaen and Saul, who are described as prophets and teachers of the church at Antioch. ( Acts 13:1 ) Whether Lucius was one of the seventy disciples is quite a matter of conjecture; but it is highly probable that he formed one of the congregation to whom St. Peter preached on the day of Pentecost, ( Acts 2:10 ) and there can hardly be a doubt that he was one of "the men of Cyrene" who, being "scattered abroad upon the persecution that arose about Stephen," went to Antioch preaching the Lord Jesus. ( Acts 11:19 Acts 11:20 )
辟拉 BILHAH
代表
創29:29 創30:4 創30:5 創30:6 創30:7 創30:8
Easton
faltering; bashful, Rachel's handmaid, whom she gave to Jacob (Gen. 29:29). She was the mother of Dan and Naphtali (Gen. 30:3-8). Reuben was cursed by his father for committing adultry with her (35:22; 49:4). He was deprived of the birth-right, which was given to the sons of Joseph.
HDBN
Bilhan
SBD
(timid, bashful ), handmaid of Rachel, ( Genesis 29:29 ) and concubine of Jacob, to whom she bore Dan and Naphtali. ( Genesis 30:3-8 ; 35:25 ; 46:25 ; 1 Chronicles 7:13 ) (B.C 53.)
辟探 BIGTHAN
代表
斯2:21 斯6:2
Easton
one of the eunuchs who "kept the door" in the court of Ahasuerus. With Teresh he conspired against the king's life. Mordecai detected the conspiracy, and the culprits were hanged (Esther 2:21-23; 6:1-3).
HDBN
in the press; giving meat
SBD
or Bigthana (gift of God ), a eunuch (chamberlain, Authorized Version) in the court of Ahasuerus, one of those "who kept the door," and conspired with Teresh against the kings life. ( Esther 2:21 ) (B.C. 479.)
辟罕 BILHAN
代表
創36:27
SBD
(modest ). A Horite chief dwelling in Mount Seir. ( Genesis 36:27 ; 1 Chronicles 1:42 ) A Benjamite, son of Jediael. ( 1 Chronicles 7:10 )
近頓 GINNETHO
代表
尼10:6 尼12:4 尼12:6
SBD
(gardner ), one of the chief of the priests and Levites who returned to Judea with Zerubbabel. ( Nehemiah 12:4 ) He is doubtless the same person as
迦勒 GAAL
代表
士9:26 士9:27 士9:28 士9:29 士9:30 士9:31 士9:32 士9:33 士9:34 士9:35 士9:36 士9:37 士9:38 士9:39 士9:40 士9:41
ISBE
ga-al (ga`al, "rejection," or "loathing"; according to Wellhausen, "beetle," HPN, 110): A man of whose antecedents nothing is known, except that his fathers name was Ebed. He undertook to foment and lead a rebellion on the part of the inhabitants of Shechem against Abimelech, son of Gideon, and his rebellion failed (Jdg 9:26-45).
See also ABIMELECH.
Easton
loathing, the son of Ebed, in whom the Shechemites "placed their confidence" when they became discontented with Abimelech. He headed the revolution, and led out the men of Shechem against Abimelech; but was defeated, and fled to his own home (Judg. 9:26-46). We hear no more of him after this battle.
HDBN
contempt; abomination
SBD
(contempt ), son of Ebed, aided the Shechemites in their rebellion against Abimelech. ( Judges 9:1 ) ... (B.C. 1206.)
迦勒 CHALEB
代表
民13:6 民32:12 書15:17 民14:6 民14:24 民14:38 書14:6 書14:14
迦南 CANAAN
代表
創10:6 創9:18 創9:19 創9:20 創9:21 創9:22 創9:23 創9:24 創9:25 創9:26 創9:27
Easton
(1.) The fourth son of Ham (Gen. 10:6). His descendants were under a curse in consequence of the transgression of his father (9:22-27). His eldest son, Zidon, was the father of the Sidonians and Phoenicians. He had eleven sons, who were the founders of as many tribes (10:15-18). (2.) The country which derived its name from the preceding. The name as first used by the Phoenicians denoted only the maritime plain on which Sidon was built. But in the time of Moses and Joshua it denoted the whole country to the west of the Jordan and the Dead Sea (Deut. 11:30). In Josh. 5:12 the LXX. read, "land of the Phoenicians," instead of "land of Canaan." The name signifies "the lowlands," as distinguished from the land of Gilead on the east of Jordan, which was a mountainous district. The extent and boundaries of Canaan are fully set forth in different parts of Scripture (Gen. 10:19; 17:8; Num. 13:29; 34:8). (See CANAANITES
HDBN
merchant; trader; or that humbles and subdues
SBD
(Canan) (low, flat ). The fourth son of Ham, ( Genesis 10:6 ; 1 Chronicles 1:8 ) the progenitor of the Phoenicians [ZIDON], and of the various nations who before the Israelite conquest people the seacoast of Palestine, and generally the while of the country westward of the Jordan. ( Genesis 10:13 ; 1 Chronicles 1:13 ) (B.C. 2347.) The name "Canaan" is sometimes employed for the country itself.
迦卸 GAZEZ
代表
代上2:46
ISBE
ga-zez (gazez, "shearer"):
(1) A son of Ephah, Calebs concubine (1 Ch 2:46).
(2) A second Gazez is mentioned in the same verse as a son of Haran, another son of Ephah.
HDBN
a passing over
SBD
(shearer ), a name which occurs twice in ( 1 Chronicles 2:46 ) --first as son of Caleb by Ephah his concubine, and second as son of Haran, the son of the same woman. The second is possibly only a repetition of the first (B.C. after 1688.)
迦含 GAHAM
代表
創22:24
ISBE
ga-ham (gacham): A son of Nahor, brother of Abraham, by his concubine Reumah (Gen 22:24).
SBD
(sunburnt ), son of Nahor Abrahams brother, by his concubine Reumah. ( Genesis 22:24 ) (B.C. about 1900.)
迦哈 GAHAR
代表
拉2:47 尼7:49
ISBE
ga-har (gachar): A family name of the Nethinim who came up with Zerubbabel to Jerusalem (Ezr 2:47; Neh 7:49); in 1 Esdras 5:30 called Geddur.
Easton
lurking-place, one of the chief of the Nethinim, whose descendants returned to Jerusalem under Zerubbabel (Ezra 2:47).
SBD
(hiding-place ) The Bene-Gahar were among the families of Nethinim who returned from the captivity with Zerubbabel. ( Ezra 2:47 ; Nehemiah 7:49 ) (B.C. before 536.)
迦坦 GATAM
代表
創36:11 創36:16 代上1:36
ISBE
ga-tam (ga`tam): An Edomite chief, grandson of Esau (Gen 36:11,16; 1 Ch 1:36).
HDBN
their lowing; their touch
SBD
(a burnt valley ), the fourth son of Eliphaz the son of Esau, ( Genesis 36:11 ; 1 Chronicles 1:36 ) and one of the "dukes" of Eliphaz. ( Genesis 36:16 ) (B.C. after 1760.)
迦底 GADDI
代表
民13:11
ISBE
gad-i (gaddi, "my fortune"): One of the twelve spies, son of Susi, and a chief of Manasseh (Nu 13:11).
Easton
fortunate, the representative of the tribe of Manasseh among the twelve "spies" sent by Moses to spy the land (Num. 13:11).
HDBN
my troop; a kid
SBD
(fortunate ), son of Susi; the Manassite spy sent by Moses to explore Canaan. ( Numbers 13:11 ) (B.C. 1490.)
迦底 GADI
代表
王下15:14 王下15:17 民13:11
ISBE
ga-di (gadhi, "fortunate"): The father of Menahem, one of the kings of Israel who reached the throne through blood (2 Ki 15:14,17).
SBD
A Gadite, father of Menahem a king of Israel. ( 2 Kings 15:14 2 Kings 15:17 )
迦得 GAD
代表
創30:11 撒上22:5 撒下24:11 代上21:9 代上29:29 代下29:25
Easton
fortune; luck. (1.) Jacob's seventh son, by Zilpah, Leah's handmaid, and the brother of Asher (Gen. 30:11-13; 46:16, 18). In the Authorized Version of 30:11 the words, "A troop cometh: and she called," etc., should rather be rendered, "In fortune [R.V., 'Fortunate']: and she called," etc., or "Fortune cometh," etc. The tribe of Gad during the march through the wilderness had their place with Simeon and Reuben on the south side of the tabernacle (Num. 2:14). The tribes of Reuben and Gad continued all through their history to follow the pastoral pursuits of the patriarchs (Num. 32:1-5). The portion allotted to the tribe of Gad was on the east of Jordan, and comprehended the half of Gilead, a region of great beauty and fertility (Deut. 3:12), bounded on the east by the Arabian desert, on the west by the Jordan (Josh. 13:27), and on the north by the river Jabbok. It thus included the whole of the Jordan valley as far north as to the Sea of Galilee, where it narrowed almost to a point. This tribe was fierce and warlike; they were "strong men of might, men of war for the battle, that could handle shield and buckler, their faces the faces of lions, and like roes upon the mountains for swiftness" (1 Chr. 12:8; 5:19-22). Barzillai (2 Sam. 17:27) and Elijah (1 Kings 17:1) were of this tribe. It was carried into captivity at the same time as the other tribes of the northern kingdom by Tiglath-pileser (1 Chr. 5:26), and in the time of Jeremiah (49:1) their cities were inhabited by the Ammonites. (2.) A prophet who joined David in the "hold," and at whose advice he quitted it for the forest of Hareth (1 Chr. 29:29; 2 Chr. 29:25; 1 Sam. 22:5). Many years after we find mention made of him in connection with the punishment inflicted for numbering the people (2 Sam. 24:11-19; 1 Chr. 21:9-19). He wrote a book called the "Acts of David" (1 Chr. 29:29), and assisted in the arrangements for the musical services of the "house of God" (2 Chr. 29:25). He bore the title of "the king's seer" (2 Sam. 24:11, 13; 1 Chr. 21:9).
HDBN
a band; a troop
SBD
(a troop ). Jacobs seventh son, the first-born of Zilpah, Leahs maid, and whole-brother to Asher. ( Genesis 30;11-13 Genesis 11-13 ; Genesis 46:16 Genesis 46:18 ) (B.C. 1753-1740.) "The seer," or "the kings seer," i.e. Davids ( 1 Chronicles 29:29 ; 2 Chronicles 29:25 ) was a "prophet" who appears to have joined David when in the old. ( 1 Samuel 22:5 ) (B.C. 1061.) He reappears in connection with the punishment inflicted for the numbering of the people. ( 2 Samuel 24:11-19 ; 1 Chronicles 21:9-19 ) He wrote a book of the Acts of David, ( 1 Chronicles 29:29 ) and also assisted in the arrangements for the musical service of the "house of God." ( 2 Chronicles 29:25 )
迦拉 GALAL
代表
代上9:15 代上9:16 尼11:17
ISBE
ga-lal (galal): The name of two Levites, one mentioned in 1 Ch 9:15, the other in 1 Ch 9:16 and Neh 11:17.
HDBN
a roll
SBD
(influential ) A Levite, one of the sons of Asaph. ( 1 Chronicles 9:15 ) (B.C. 536.) Another Levite, of the family of Elkanah. ( 1 Chronicles 9:16 ) A third Levite, son of Jeduthun. ( Nehemiah 11:17 ) (B.C. 536.)
迦拜 GABBAI
代表
尼11:8
ISBE
gab-a-i (gabbay, "collector"): One of the chiefs of the Benjamites in Jerusalem after the return from the Babylonian captivity (Neh 11:8).
HDBN
the back
迦散 GAZZAM
代表
拉2:48 尼7:51
ISBE
gaz-am (gazzam, "devouring"): Head of a family of Nethinim who returned from exile (Ezr 2:48; Neh 7:51; 1 Esdras 5:31, "Gazera").
HDBN
the fleece of them
SBD
(devouring ). The Bene-Gazzam were among the familiar of the Nethinim who returned from the captivity with Zerubbabel. ( Ezra 2:48 ; Nehemiah 7:51 ) (B.C. 536.)
迦施慕 GASHMU
代表
尼6:6 尼2:19
ISBE
gash-mu, gash-moo (gashmu): A form of the name GESHEM (which see), found in Neh 6:6 (compare 6:1), "And Gashmu saith it." According to BDB the same termination -u is found in Nabatean proper names.
SBD
a variation of the name GESHEM. ( Nehemiah 6:6 ) (B.C. 446.)
迦末 GAMUL
代表
代上24:17
ISBE
ga-mul (gamul, "weaned"): The head of the 22nd of the 24 courses of priests inaugurated by David (1 Ch 24:17).
Easton
weaned the leader of one of the priestly courses (1 Chr. 24:17).
HDBN
a recompense
SBD
(weaned ), a priest, the leader of the twenty-second course in the service at the sanctuary. ( 1 Chronicles 24:17 ) (B.C. 535.)
迦流 GALLIO
代表
徒18:12 徒18:13
ISBE
gal-i-o (Gallion): The Roman deputy or proconsul of Achaia, before whom Paul was haled by his Jewish accusers on the apostles first visit to Corinth, during his second missionary journey (Acts 18:12-17). The trial was not of long duration. Although Gallio extended his protection to the Jewish religion as one of the religions recognized by the state, he contemptuously rejected the claim of the Jews that their law was binding upon all. In the eyes of the proconsul, the only law universally applicable was that of the Roman code and social morality: under neither was the prisoner chargeable; therefore, without even waiting to hear Pauls speech in his own defense, he summarily ordered his lictors to clear the court. Even the subsequent treatment meted out to Sosthenes, the chief ruler of the synagogue, was to him a matter of indifference. The beating of Sosthenes is ascribed by different readings to "Jews" and to "Greeks," but the incident is referred to by the writer of Acts to show that the sympathies of the populace lay with Paul, and that Gallio made no attempt to suppress them. Gallio has often been instanced as typical of one who is careless or indifferent to religion, yet in the account given of him in Acts, he merely displayed an attitude characteristic of the manner in which Roman governors regarded the religious disputes of the time (compare also LYSIAS; FELIX; FESTUS). Trained by his administrative duties to practical thinking and precision of language, he refused to adjudicate the squabbles of what he regarded as an obscure religious sect, whose law was to him a subtle quibbling with "words and names."
According to extra-canonical references, the original name of Gallio was Marcus Annaeus Novatus, but this was changed on his being adopted by the rhetorician, Lucius Junius Gallio. He was born at Cordova, but came to Rome in the reign of Tiberius. He was the brother of the philosopher Seneca, by whom, as also by Statius, reference is made to the affable nature of his character. As Achaia was reconstituted a proconsular province by Claudius in 44 AD, the accession of Gallio to office must have been subsequent to that date, and has been variously placed at 51-53 AD (compare also Knowling in The Expositors Greek Testament, II, 389-92).
C. M. Kerr
Easton
the elder brother of Seneca the philosopher, who was tutor and for some time minister of the emperor Nero. He was "deputy", i.e., proconsul, as in Revised Version, of Achaia, under the emperor Claudius, when Paul visited Corinth (Acts 18:12). The word used here by Luke in describing the rank of Gallio shows his accuracy. Achaia was a senatorial province under Claudius, and the governor of such a province was called a "proconsul." He is spoken of by his contemporaries as "sweet Gallio," and is described as a most popular and affectionate man. When the Jews brought Paul before his tribunal on the charge of persuading "men to worship God contrary to the law" (18:13), he refused to listen to them, and "drave them from the judgment seat" (18:16).
HDBN
who sucks
SBD
(one who lives on milk ), Junius Annaeus Gallio, the Roman proconsul of Achaia when St. Paul was at Corinth, A.D. 53, under the emperor Claudius. ( Acts 18:12 ) He was brother to Lucius Annaeus Seneca, the philosopher. Jerome in the Chronicle of Eusebius says that he committed suicide in 65 A.D. Winer thinks he was put to death by Nero.
迦瑪列 GAMALIEL
代表
民1:10 民2:20 民7:54 民10:23 徒22:3 徒5:33 徒5:34 徒5:35 徒5:36 徒5:37 徒5:38 徒5:39 徒5:40
ISBE
ga-ma-li-el (gamliel, "reward or recompense of God"; Gamaliel):
(1) The son of Pedahzur, and "prince of the children of Manasseh," chosen to aid in taking the census in the Wilderness (Nu 1:10; 2:20; 7:54,59; 10:23).
(2) A Pharisee who at the meeting of the "council" succeeded in persuading its members to adopt a more reasonable course when they were incensed at the doctrine of Peter and the rest of the apostles and sought to slay them (Acts 5:33-40). That he was well qualified for this task is attested by the fact that he was himself a member of the Sanhedrin, a teacher of the law, and held in high honor among all the people. In his speech he pointed out to his fellow-councilors the dire consequences that might ensue upon any precipitous action on their part. While quoting instances, familiar to his hearers, of past insurrections or seditions that had failed, he reminded them at the same time that if this last under Peter "is of God, ye will not be able to overthrow them; lest haply ye be found even to be fighting against God." As a result of his arguments, the apostles, after being beaten and admonished to speak no longer in the name of Jesus, were released. In the speech which he was permitted by Lysias to deliver from the stairs of the palace after the riot in Jerusalem, Paul referred to Gamaliel as the teacher of his youth, who instructed him rigidly in the Mosaic law (Acts 22:3).
The toleration and liberality displayed by Gamaliel upon the occasion of his speech before the Sanhedrin were all the more remarkable because of their rarity among the Pharisees of the period. Although the strict observance by the Christians of temple worship, and their belief in immortality, a point in dispute between Pharisees and Sadducees, may have had influence over him (Knowling), no credence is to be attached to the view that he definitely favored the apostles or to the tradition that he afterward became a Christian. The high place accorded him in Jewish tradition, and the fact that the title of Rabban, higher even than Rabbi or Master, was first bestowed upon him, testify that he remained a Pharisee to the end. His speech is rather indicative of one who knew the deeper truth in the Old Testament of the universal fatherhood of God, and who recognized that the presence of His power was the. deciding factor in all human enterprise. His social enactments were permeated by the same broad-minded spirit. Thus his legislation on behalf of the poor was formulated so as to include Gentiles as well as Jews. The authenticity of his speech has been questioned by Wendt and others, chiefly on account of the alleged anachronism in regard to Theudas (see THEUDAS); but the internal evidence is against this view (compare Knowling in The Expositor Greek Test., II, 161). It has also been objected by Baur and the Tubingen school that the liberal, peace-loving Gamaliel could not have been the teacher of the fanatical Saul. To this, reply has been made, firstly, that the charges against Stephen of destroying the temple and subverting the laws of Moses were not brought against Peter and the other apostles, and, secondly, that the doctrines of any teacher, however moderate he himself may be, are liable to be carried to extremes by an over-zealous pupil.

LITERATURE.
Conybeare and Howson, Life and Epistles of Paul, chapter ii; Kitto, Cyclopaedia of Biblical Lit., 1866, article "Gamaliel" (Ginsberg).
C. M. Kerr
Easton
reward of God. (1.) A chief of the tribe of Manasseh at the census at Sinai (Num. 1:10; 2:20; 7:54, 59). (2.) The son of rabbi Simeon, and grandson of the famous rabbi Hillel. He was a Pharisse, and therefore the opponent of the party of the Sadducees. He was noted for his learning, and was president of the Sanhedrim during the regins of Tiberius, Caligula, and Claudius, and died, it is said, about eighteen years before the destruction of Jerusalem. When the apostles were brought before the council, charged with preaching the resurrection of Jesus, as a zealous Pharisee Gamaliel councelled moderation and calmness. By a reference to well-known events, he advised them to "refrain from these men." If their work or counsel was of man, it would come to nothing; but if it was of God, they could not destroy it, and therefore ought to be on their guard lest they should be "found fighting against God" (Acts 5:34-40). Paul was one of his disciples (22:3).
HDBN
recompense of God; camel of God
SBD
(recompense of God ). Son of Pedahzur; prince or captain of the tribe of Manasseh at the census at Sinai, ( Numbers 1:10 ; 20:20 ; Numbers 7:54 Numbers 7:59 ) and at starting on the march through the wilderness. ch. ( Numbers 10:23 ) (B.C. 1490.) A pharisee and celebrated doctor of the law, who gave prudent worldly advice in the Sanhedrin respecting the treatment of the followers of Jesus of Nazareth. ( Acts 5:34 ) ff. (A.D. 29.) We learn from ( Acts 22:3 ) that he was the preceptor of St. Paul. He is generally identified with the very celebrated Jewish doctor Gamaliel, grandson of Hillel, and who is referred to as authority in the Jewish Mishna.
迦疊 GADDIEL
代表
民13:10
ISBE
gad-i-el (gaddiel, "blest of God"): One of the twelve men sent by Moses from the wilderness of Paran to spy out the land of Canaan. He represented the tribe of Zebulun (Nu 13:10).
Easton
fortune (i.e., sent) of God, the representative of the tribe of Zebulum among the twelve spies (Num. 13:10).
HDBN
goat of God; the Lord my happiness
SBD
(fortune of God ) a Zebulunite, one of the twelve spies. ( Numbers 13:10 ) (B.C. 1490.)
迦立 GAREB
代表
撒下23:38 代上11:40
ISBE
ga-reb (garebh): One of Davids "mighty men of the armies" (2 Sam 23:38; 1 Ch 11:40), an "Ithrite," i.e. a member of one of the families of Kiriath-jearim (1 Ch 2:53). Some, however, read ha-yattiri for ha-yithri, thus making him a native of Jattir.
See IRA.
Easton
scabby; itch. (1.) One of David's warriors (2 Sam. 23:38), an Ithrite. (2.) A hill near Jerusalem (Jer. 31:39), probably the hill of lepers, and consequently a place outside the boundary of the city.
HDBN
a scab
SBD
(scabby ), one of the heroes of Davids army. ( 2 Samuel 23:38 )
迦米 CARMI
代表
創46:9 出6:14 民26:6 書7:1 代上2:7
ISBE
kar-mi (karmi, "fruitful," "noble"):
(1) A son of Reuben who came to Egypt with Jacob (Gen 46:9; Ex 6:14; 1 Ch 5:3). Also the name of a family of which Carmi was the head (Nu 26:6).
(2) A Judahite (1 Ch 2:7), son of Zabdi, according to Josh 7:1, and father of Achan, who is given the name of "Achar" in 1 Ch 2:7. This last form "Achar" is preferred to the usual "Achan" in order to bring out the play on the Hebrew word for "troubler." The Hebrew runs `akhar `okher yisrael, "Achar, the troubler of Israel." As regards the phrase "the sons of Carmi" (1 Ch 2:7), Carmi is probably to be taken as the son of Zimri (= Zabdi, Josh 7:1). The Targum, however, has "Carmi who is Zimri." The Septuagint identifies Zimri and Zabdi.
(3) In 1 Ch 4:1, Carmi, elsewhere called son of Zabdi or Zimri, is made son of Judah; but Wellhausen correctly changes "Carmi" to "Chelubai" (compare 1 Ch 2:9).
Horace J. Wolf
Easton
vine-dresser. (1.) The last named of the four sons of Reuben (Gen. 46:9). (2.) A descendant of Judah (1 Chr. 4:1). He is elsewhere (2:18) called Caleb (q.v.). (3.) The son of Zimri, and the father of Achan (Josh. 7:1), "the troubler of Israel."
HDBN
my vineyard; lamb of the waters
SBD
(vine dresser ). The fourth son of Reuben, the progenitor of the family of the Carmites. ( Genesis 46:9 ; Exodus 6:14 ; Numbers 26:6 ; 1 Chronicles 5:3 ) A man of the tribe of Judah, father of Achan, the "troubler of Israel." ( Joshua 7:1 Joshua 7:18 ; 1 Chronicles 2:7 ; 4:1 )


ISBE - 國際標準聖經百科全書 (International Standard Bible Encyclopedia)
Easton - Easton's Bible Dictionary
HBND - Hitchcock's Bible Names Dictionary
SBD - Smith's Bible Dictionary