[klee-om-uh-neez] /kliˈɒm əˌniz/
died c220 b.c, king of Sparta c235–c220.
[klee-on] /ˈkli ɒn/ noun 1. died 422 b.c, Athenian general and political opponent of Pericles. /ˈkliːɒn/ noun 1. died 422 bc, Athenian demagogue and military leader masc. proper name, from Latinized form of Greek kleon, kleos “fame” (see Clio).
(abbreviation of Cleopatros), one of the two disciples with whom Jesus conversed on the way to Emmaus on the day of the resurrection (Luke 24:18). We know nothing definitely regarding him. It is not certain that he was the Clopas of John 19:25, or the Alphaeus of Matt. 10:3, although he may have been so.
[klee-uh-pa-truh, -pah-, -pey-] /ˌkli əˈpæ trə, -ˈpɑ-, -ˈpeɪ-/ noun 1. 69–30 b.c, queen of Egypt 51–49, 48–30. 2. a female given name: from Greek words meaning “fame” and “father.”. /ˌkliːəˈpætrə; -ˈpɑː-/ noun 1. a yellow butterfly, Gonepteryx cleopatra, the male of which has its wings flushed with orange /ˌkliːəˈpætrə; -ˈpɑː-/ noun 1. ?69–30 bc, queen […]
(in the spelling of this word _h_ is inserted by mistake from Latin MSS.), rather Cleopas, which is the Greek form of the word, while Clopas is the Aramaic form. In John 19:25 the Authorized Version reads, “Mary, the wife of Clopas.” The word “wife” is conjecturally inserted here. If “wife” is rightly inserted, then […]