- John: the Baptist, the apostle, a member of the Sanhedrin, or John Mark.
- Ἰωάνης (Rec. ννης, which see; cf. Dalman, Gr., 142; Tdf., Pr., 79; WH, App., 159; Bl., §3, 10; 10, 2), -ου, dative, -ῃ (but in , ει), accusative, -ην, ὁ (Heb. יוֹחָנָן, LXX: Ἰωανάν, 2Ch.23:1, al.; -ννάν, Je 47 (40):8, al., Aq.), Hellenized form of Ἰωανάν,
RefsMat.11:4. Luk.7:18, 22 Rev.1:1
John ( I Est.8:38(41)*), viz.,
__1. John the Baptist: Mat.3:1, al.
__2. John the Apostle, son of Zebedee:
RefsMat.4:21, Mrk.1:19, Luk.5:10, Act.1:13, al.
__3. The father of St. Peter:.
__4. John surnamed Mark:.
RefsAct.12:12, 25 13:5, 13 15:37
__5. The writer of the Apocalypse, traditionally identified with 2:.
RefsRev.1:1, 4 9
Ἰωάννης (D, Ἰωνάθας; see MM, Exp., XV; Bl., §10, 2), ὁ,
John:, Tr., WH, Rev.22:8 (cf. Ἰωάνης).†
2) John the apostle, the writer of the Fourth Gospel, son of Zebedee and Salome, brother of James the elder. He is that disciple who (without mention by name) is spoken of in the Fourth Gospel as especially dear to Jesus and according to the traditional opinion is the author of the book of Revelation.
3) John surnamed Mark, the companion of Barnabas and Paul. Acts
12:12 4) John a certain man, a member of the Sanhedrin Acts 5:6
Of Hebrew origin [H3110]; Joannes (that is, Jochanan), the name of four Israelites
KJV Usage: John.