Greek4252. Priskilla -- Priscilla, the same person as Prisca. ...
Part of Speech: Noun, Feminine Transliteration: Priskilla Phonetic Spelling:
(pris'-cil-lah) Short Definition: Prisca
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4251. Priska -- Prisca, a Christian and the wife of Aquila
... the wife of Aquila. Part of Speech: Noun, Feminine Transliteration: Priska Phonetic
Spelling: (pris'-kah) Short Definition: Prisca, Priscilla Definition: Prisca ...
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207. Akulas -- Aquila, a Christian
... ak-oo'-las) Short Definition: Aquila Definition: the Greek way of writing the Latin
Aquila, a male proper name; the husband of Priscilla (Prisca), and a Jew ...
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Priscilla and Aquila
... example. She is sometimes called Prisca, which was her proper name, and
sometimes Priscilla, an affectionate diminutive. The two ...
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... halfway up the Vicus Patricius (Via del Bambin Gesu) on the southern slope of the
Viminal; the other, belonging to Aquila and Prisca (or Priscilla), on the ...
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The Teaching of the Apostles.
...  See note 6 on p. 661.  B. reads "Priscilla," C. "Pricillas." Prisca
and Priscilla are the forms in which the name occurs in the New Testament. ...
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Deacons and Deaconesses.
... Paul mentions Phoebe as a deaconess of the church of Cenchreae, the port of Corinth,
and it is more than probable that Prisca (Priscilla), Mary, Tryphaena ...
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The Circumstances Related of Montanus and his False Prophets.
...  Cf. Matthew 7:15.  hos hagi& 251; pneumati kai prophetiko charismati.
 Maximilla and Priscilla, or Prisca (mentioned in chap. 14). ...
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Saint Helena and the Time of Constantine
... Of Priscilla and Maximilla, Dr. McGiffert says: "They were regarded with the ... Prisca
and Valeria, the wife and daughter of Diocletian, were certainly catechumens ...
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Application of the Subject. Advantages of Widowhood.
... is life eternal in Jesus Christ our Lord."  Again, through the holy prophetess
Prisca  the ...  A Marcionite prophetess, also called Priscilla. ...
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Christianity in Rome.
... The name of his wife, Priscilla (the diminutive form of Prisca), " probably indicates
a connection with the gens of the Prisci, who appear in the earliest ...
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... Catacombs, 330; in 1719, an Isiac altar, 93; Egyptian antiquities, 96; in 1776,
near church of S. Prisca, 111; in ... Priscilla, wife of Abascantus, tomb of, 300. ...
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Rhodo and his Account of the Dissension of Marcion.
... as referring, in a book which he wrote against Montanus, Prisca, and Maximilla ... sister
(de Anima, 9). So Montanus had his prophetesses Priscilla and Maximilla ...
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ATS Bible DictionaryPrisca or Priscilla
The wife of Aquila. See AQUILA.
Prisca or Priscilla
Prisca: A Female Disciple in Ephesus
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