- Gallio, Lucius Iunius Gallio, who received this name by adoption into another family, but was born brother of the philosopher Seneca and originally named L. Annaeus Nouatus; proconsul of the Roman province Achaia from spring A.D. 52 to spring 53.
- Gallion (i.e. Gallio), a Roman officer
Derivation: of Latin origin;
KJV Usage: Gallio.
1) Junius Annaeus Gallio, the Roman proconsul of Achaia when Paul was at Corinth, 53 A.D., under the emperor Claudius. Acts 18:12. He was brother to Jucius Annaeus Seneca, the philosopher. Jerome in the Chronicle of Eusebius says that he committed suicide in 65 A.D. Winer thinks he was put to death by Nero.Literal: Gallio = "One who lives on milk"
Of Latin origin; Gallion (that is, Gallio), a Roman officer
KJV Usage: Gallio