Greek791. asteios -- of the town, by impl. courteous, elegant ...
handsome, fair. From astu (a city); urbane
, ie (by implication) handsome -- fair.
(asteion) -- 1 Occurrence. (asteios) -- 1 Occurrence. 790, 791. ... //strongsnumbers.com/greek2/791.htm - 6k
3773. Ourbanos -- Urbanus, a Christian
... Urbanus. Of Latin origin; Urbanus (of the city, "urbane"), a Christian -- Urbanus.
(ourbanon) -- 1 Occurrence. 3772, 3773. Ourbanos. 3774 . Strong's Numbers
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Strong's Hebrew5901. Iri -- a Benjamite...
Word Origin from ir Definition a Benjamite NASB Word Usage Iri (1). Iri. From iyr; urbane
; Iri, an Israelite -- Iri. see HEBREW iyr. 5900, 5901. Iri. 5902 ... /hebrew/5901.htm - 6k
Deluded by an Insane Love, He, Though Foul and Dishonourable ...
... Book III. Chapter I."Deluded by an Insane Love, He, Though Foul and
Dishonourable, Desires to Be Thought Elegant and Urbane. 1 ...
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The Confessions and Letters of St
... Book III. Chapter I.--Deluded by an Insane Love, He, Though Foul and
Dishonourable, Desires to Be Thought Elegant and Urbane. Chapter ...
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Book Three the Story of his Student Days in Carthage, his ...
... slime of lust. Yet, foul and unclean as I was, I still craved, in excessive
vanity, to be thought elegant and urbane. And I did ...
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In Heaven "The Token of Sin is Turned to Worship. " --
...  "and browte to mynd how he is an hende neybor and of our knowyng" -- ie
he was a countryman of our own. "hende" = near, urbane. gentle. ...
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Fragment xvii. On the Fortunes of Hyrcanus and Antigonus, and on ...
... dispossessed of their land. He founded also other cities; and to the Jews
he was severe, but to other nations most urbane. It was now ...
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Rom. xvi. 5
... 8.). Ver.9. "Salute Urbane, my helper in the Lord.". This is a greater encomium
than the other. For this even comprehends that. "And ...
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Paragraphs from Notable Speeches
... Among her noblest children his native city will cherish him, and gratefully recall
the unbending Puritan soul that dwelt in a form so gracious and urbane. ...
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... He was haunted and begirt by presences. He was measured and urbane. He was most
profoundly skeptical. He was nothing if not grandiloquent. ...
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The Fight for the Gospel; Or, Moravians and Rationalists, 1775 ...
... financial crisis. Amid all his labours he was modest, urbane and cheerful.
In appearance his admirers called him apostolic. "He ...
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Pagan Shrines and Temples.
... testo siriaco della descrizione di Roma, etc., in the Bullettino Comunale, 1884,
p.218; and 1891, p.61."Lanciani: Ricerche sulle XIV regioni urbane; in the ...
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Smith's Bible DictionaryUrbane or Urbane
(of the city; polite), the Greek form of the Latin Urbanus, as it is given in the Revised Version. He was a Christian disciple who is in the long list of those whom St. Paul salutes in writing to Rome. (Romans 16:9) (A.D. 55.)
Urbane or Urbane
Urbane: A Christian in Rome
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