Ηρ- names
Ἤρ
  • Meaning: Er
  • Note: Son of Jose and father of Elmodam (Luke 3:28)
  • Note: Son of Judah and Shua (Gen 46:12)
Ἠρά
  • Meaning: Iru, Arah
  • Note: Iru: Son of Caleb (1Chron 4:15)
  • Note: Arah: leader of 775 who came out of captivity (Ezra 2:5; Neh 7:10)
Ἠραέ
  • Meaning: Arah
  • Note: Father of Shechaniah (Neh 6:18)
Ἡρακλῆς
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Masc
  • Meaning: Heracles
  • Note: (2Macc 4:20)
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Ἠράμ
  • Meaning: Harim
  • Note: Harim: One of the leaders (or places) of the people who endorsed Nehemiah's covenant (Neh 10:28)
  • Note: Iram: One of Edom's chiefs (1Chron 1:54)
  • Note: Harim: father of Malchijah (Neh 3:11)
Ἠρέμ
  • Meaning: Harim
  • Note: Leader who escorted 1017 out of captivity (Ezra 2:39)
Ἡροδίωνα
  • Meaning: Herodion
  • Note: Paul's countryman (Rom 16:11)
Ἡρώδης, Ἡρῴδης
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Masc
  • Meaning: Herod
  • Note: Herod Agrippa I: Son of Aristobulus and Bernice; grandson of Herod the Great. Tetrarch of the provinces once held by Lysanias II. Killed Apostle James and imprisoned Peter (Luke 3:1; Acts 12:1-19). Died AD44
  • Note: Herod Antipas (Matt 14:1; Luke 3:1,19; 9:7; Acts 13:1)
  • Note: Herod Archelaus: brother of Herod Antipas (Matt 2:22)
  • Note: Herod Agrippa II: Son of Agrippa I. Claudius made him tetrarch of the provinces of Philip and Lysanias (Acts 25:13; 26:2,7)
  • Note: Herod: the police captain, son of Nicetes (Mart-Pol 8:2; 17:2)
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Ἡρωδιανοί
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Plur Masc
  • Meaning: Herodians
  • Note: Jewish political party that sympathized with the Herodian rulers in their customs and policies brought from Rome (Mark 3:6; 12:13; Matt 22:16; Luke 20:20)
  • Forms:
Ἡρωδιάς, Ἡρῳδιάς
Ἡρωδίων, Ἡρῳδίων
Ἥρως
  • Parse: Noun: Nom Sing Masc
  • Meaning: Goshen
  • Note: "City of Heroes" Distict in Egypt where Jacob and family settled until the Exodus (Gen 46:28)
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