5 occurrences of G708 Ἀρίσταρχος
|1|| one Aristarchus,|
Apparent neuter of a superlative from the same as G730; the best meal [or breakfast; perhaps from ἦρι ēri (“early”)], that is, luncheon
KJV Usage: dinner.
From G712; to take the principal meal
KJV Usage: dine.
Apparently a compound of the same as G712; the left hand (as second best)
KJV Usage: left [hand].
From the same as G712 and G1012; best counselling; Aristoboulus, a Christian
KJV Usage: Aristobulus.
A primary verb; to be first (in political rank or power)
KJV Usage: reign (rule) over.
From G757 and G32; a chief angel
KJV Usage: archangel.
From G757 and G2994; people ruling; Archelaus, a Jewish king
KJV Usage: Archelaus.
Middle voice of G757 (through the implication of precedence); to commence (in order of time)
KJV Usage: rehearse from the) begin (-ning).
Present participle of G757; a first (in rank or power)
KJV Usage: chief (ruler), magistrate, prince, ruler.
G1543 ἑκατοντάρχης, ἑκατοντάρχος
From G1540 and G757; the captain of one hundred men
KJV Usage: centurion.
From G1722 and G756; to commence on
KJV Usage: rule [by mistake for G757].
From a compound of G1909 and G757 (meaning a governor of a district, “eparch”); a special region of government, that is, a Roman praefecture
KJV Usage: province.
From G3965 and G757; a progenitor (“patriarch”)
KJV Usage: patriarch.
From a compound of G3982 and G757; to be persuaded by a ruler, that is, (generally) to submit to authority; by analogy to conform to advice
KJV Usage: hearken, obey (magistrates).
From G4172 and G757; a town officer, that is, magistrate
KJV Usage: ruler of the city.
From G4760 and G757; a ruler of an army, that is, (specifically) a Praetorian praefect
KJV Usage: captain of the guard.
From G5064 and G757; the ruler of a fourth part of a country (“tetrarch”)
KJV Usage: tetrarch.
From G5507 and G757; the commander of a thousand soldiers (“chiliarch”), that is, colonel
KJV Usage: (chief, high) captain.