G702 Ἀρέτας - Strong's Greek Lexicon Number

Dodson:
Ἀρέτας
Aretas
Aretas IV, King of the Nabataeans.
Strong's:
Ἀρέτας
Aretas, an Arabian
Derivation: of foreign origin;

KJV Usage: Aretas.

Thayer:
1) An Arabian kingHe made war in
36 A.D. on his son-in-law Herod Antipas for having divorced his daughter; and with such success as completely to destroy his army. In consequence of this, Vitellius, governor of Syria, being order by Tiberius to march an army against Aretes, prepared for war. But Tiberius meantime having died, (Mar. 16, 37), he recalled his troops from march, dismissed them to winter quarters, and departed for Rome. After his departure Aretas held sway over the region of Damascus (how acquired we do not know), and placed an ethnarch over the city, who tried to capture Paul.
Literal: Aretes = "graver"


Ἀρέτας
Aretas
ar-et'-as
Of foreign origin; Aretas, an Arabian

KJV Usage: Aretas.


View how G702 Ἀρέτας is used in the Bible

One occurence of G702 Ἀρέτας

2 Corinthians 11:32