[ahy-koh-nee-uh m] /aɪˈkoʊ ni əm/
ancient name of .
the ancient name for Konya
the capital of ancient Lycaonia. It was first visited by Paul and Barnabas from Antioch-in-Pisidia during the apostle’s first missionary journey (Acts 13:50, 51). Here they were persecuted by the Jews, and being driven from the city, they fled to Lystra. They afterwards returned to Iconium, and encouraged the church which had been founded there (14:21,22). It was probably again visited by Paul during his third missionary journey along with Silas (18:23). It is the modern Konieh, at the foot of Mount Taurus, about 120 miles inland from the Mediterranean.
verb See iconify
1. a combining form meaning “image,” “likeness,” used in the formation of compound words: iconology. combining form 1. indicating an image or likeness: iconology
[ahy-kon-uh-klaz-uh m] /aɪˈkɒn əˌklæz əm/ noun 1. the action or spirit of iconoclasts. /aɪˈkɒnəˌklæzəm/ noun 1. the acts or beliefs of an iconoclast n. 1797 in reference to breaking of idols; 1858 in reference to beliefs, institutions, etc.; see iconoclast + -ism.
[ahy-kon-uh-klast] /aɪˈkɒn əˌklæst/ noun 1. a person who attacks cherished beliefs, traditional institutions, etc., as being based on error or superstition. 2. a breaker or destroyer of images, especially those set up for religious veneration. /aɪˈkɒnəˌklæst/ noun 1. a person who attacks established or traditional concepts, principles, laws, etc 2. n. “breaker or destroyer of […]