- Judah, Judas, Jude.
- Ἰούδας, -α
(so in LXX, and also rarely, Ἰουδά, indecl.; cf. Thack., Gr., 163) (Heb. יְהוּדָה)
__1. Judah, son of Jacob:; φυλή Ἰ.,
RefsMat.1:2-3, Luk.3:33; by meton., of the tribe, Heb.7:14; of its confines, γῆ Ἰ., Mat.2:6;πόλις Ἰ., Luk.1:39.
__2. Judah (unknown): Luk.3:30.
__3. Judas Iscariot (see: Ἰσκαριώτης):
RefsMat.10:4, Mrk.3:19, Luk.6:16, Jhn.6:71 13:2, al.
__4. Judas, the Lord's brother (see: ἀδελφός):(prob.), Ju 1.
__5. Judas the Apostle, son of James (see: Θαδδαῖος):.
RefsLuk.6:16, Jhn.14:22, Act.1:13
__6. Judas, of Damascus: Act.9:11.
__7. Judas, surnamed Βαρσαββᾶς (which see):.
RefsAct.15:22, 27 15:32
__8. Judas the Galilean: Act.5:37
2) an unknown ancestor of Christ
3) a man surnamed the Galilean, who at the time of the census of Quirinus, excited the revolt in Galilee, Acts
5:37 4) a certain Jew of Damascus, Acts
9:11 5) a prophet surnamed Barsabas, of the church at Jerusalem, Acts
15:22,27,32 6) the apostle, Jn
14:22, who was surnamed Lebbaeus or Thaddaeus, and according to opinion wrote the Epistle of Jude. 7) the half-brother of Jesus, Mt.
13:55 8) Judas Iscariot, the apostle who betrayed Jesus
Of Hebrew origin [H3063]; Judas (that is, Jehudah), the name of ten Israelites; also of the posterity of one of them and its region
KJV Usage: Juda (-h, -s); Jude.