crown, a member of the church at Corinth, whose family were among those the apostle had baptized (1 Cor. 1:16; 16:15, 17). He has been supposed by some to have been the “jailer of Philippi” (comp. Acts 16:33). The First Epistle to the Corinthians was written from Philippi some six years after the jailer’s conversion, and he was with the apostle there at that time.
noun 1. a female given name.
stephanion ste·pha·ni·on (stə-fā’nē-ŏn’) n. A point on the cranium where the coronal suture intersects the inferior temporal line. ste·pha’ni·al adj.
noun 1. a mineral, silver antimony sulfide, Ag 5 SbS 4 : an ore of silver.
noun 1. any vine belonging to the genus Stephanotis, of the milkweed family, having fragrant, waxy, white flowers and leathery leaves. noun 1. any climbing asclepiadaceous shrub of the genus Stephanotis, esp S. floribunda, of Madagascar and Malaya: cultivated for their fragrant white waxy flowers