G2459 Ἰοῦστος - Strong's Greek Lexicon Number

Dodson:
Ἰοῦστος
Justus
Justus, (a) a surname of Joseph Barsabbas, one of the two nominated to fill Judas' place as apostle, (b) Titius Justus, a Corinthian Christian, (c) surname of Jesus, a Christian with Paul in Rome.
Strong's:
Ἰοῦστος
Justus, the name of three Christian
Derivation: of Latin origin ("just");

KJV Usage: Justus.

Thayer:
1) a surname of Joseph, called Barsabas. Acts
1:23 2) of Titus, a Christian at Corinth, with whom Paul lodged. Acts
18:7 3) a surname of Jesus, a friend of Paul. Col. 4:11
Literal: Justus = "just"


Ἰοῦστος
Ioustos
ee-ooce'-tos
Of Latin origin (“just”); Justus , the name of three Christians

KJV Usage: Justus.


View how G2459 Ἰοῦστος is used in the Bible

3 occurrences of G2459 Ἰοῦστος

Acts 1:23
Acts 18:7
Colossians 4:11