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  • Bartimeus (bartimaeus)

    Bartimeus (bartimaeus) A blind man Mark 10:46-52 ; Matthew 20:29-34 ; Luke 18:35-43 Bibliography Information Nave, Orville J. "Entry for

    Concordances - Nave's Topical Bible - Bartimeus (bartimaeus)

  • Bartimaeus

    Bartimaeus [E] ( son of Timeus ), a blind beggar of Jericho who, ( Mark 10:46 ) ff., sat by

    Dictionaries - Smith's Bible Dictionary - Bartimaeus

  • Bartimaeus

    Bartimaeus [S] son of Timaeus, one of the two blind beggars of Jericho ( Mark 10:46 ; Matthew 20:30 ).

    Dictionaries - Easton's Bible Dictionary - Bartimaeus

  • Timaeus

    TIMAEUS ti-me'-us (Timaios ( Mark 10:46 ); English Versions of the Bible, "Timaeus"). See BARTIMAEUS. Copyright Statement These files are

    Encyclopedias - International Standard Bible Encyclopedia - Timaeus

  • Bartimaeus

    BARTIMAEUS bar-ti-me'-us (Bartimaios): A hybrid word from Aramaic bar = "son," and Greek timaios = "honorable." For the improbability of

    Encyclopedias - International Standard Bible Encyclopedia - Bartimaeus

  • Bartimaios

    Bartimaeus = "son of Timaeus" a certain blind man

    Lexicons - New Testament Greek Lexicon - New Testament Greek Lexicon - King James Version - Bartimaios

  • Timaios

    Timaeus = "highly prized" the father of the blind man, Bartimaeus

    Lexicons - New Testament Greek Lexicon - New Testament Greek Lexicon - King James Version - Timaios

  • Bartimaios

    Bartimaeus = "son of Timaeus" a certain blind man

    Lexicons - New Testament Greek Lexicon - New Testament Greek Lexicon - New American Standard - Bartimaios

  • Timaios

    Timaeus = "highly prized" the father of the blind man, Bartimaeus

    Lexicons - New Testament Greek Lexicon - New Testament Greek Lexicon - New American Standard - Timaios

  • Mark 10:52

    Followed ( hkolouqei ). Imperfect tense picturing joyful Bartimaeus as he followed the caravan of Jesus into the new Jericho.

    Commentaries - Robertson's Word Pictures of the New Testament - Mark - Mark 10:52