Sumeón: Symeon, Simeon, the name of several Israelites, also a tribe of Isr.Original Word: Συμεών, ὁPart of Speech:
Proper Noun, IndeclinableTransliteration:
Simeon or SimonDefinition:
Simeon or Simon.
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
of Semitic origin, cf. ShimonDefinition
Symeon, Simeon, the name of several Isr., also a tribe of Isr.NASB Translation
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 4826: ΣυμεώνΣυμεών
, 16 (14)) (for the derivation see Σίμων
(so A. V.
uniformly (on 2 Peter 1:1
see 5 below));
1. the second son of Jacob by Leah (Genesis 29:33): Revelation 7:7.
2. (R. V. Symeon), one of Abraham's descendants: Luke 3:30.
3. that devout Simeon who took the infant Jesus in his arms in the temple: Luke 2:25 (here Rec.bez Σιμεών), Luke 2:34.
4. Symeon (so R. V.) surnamed Niger, one of the teachers of the church at Antioch: Acts 13:1.
5. Peter the apostle: Acts 15:14 (R. V. Symeon); 2 Peter 1:1 (here L WH text Σίμων, and A. V. (R. V.) Simon); respecting him see Σίμων, 1 and Πέτρος, at the end.<1>
From the same as Simon; Symeon (i.e. Shimon), the name of five Israelites -- Simeon, Simon.
see GREEK Simon