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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary Greek Lexicon
Strong's #2802 - Κλαύδη
Clauda = "lame"
- a small island nearly due west of Cape Malta on the south coast of Crete, and nearly due south of Phoenice
Καῦδα, see Κλαυδη.
STRONGS NT 2802: Κλαυδη Κλαυδη (L Tr WH Καῦδα (see WHs Appendix, p. 160), T Κλαῦδα), Κλαυδης, ἡ, Clauda or Cauda the name of a small island lying near Crete on the south, called by Ptolemy, 3, 17, 11 Κλαυδος, by Pomponius Mela (
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(TR, mg., Κλαῦδα ; Rec. Κλαύδή ), ἡ ,
Cauda, Clauda, an island near Crete: Acts 27:16.†
Κλαῦδα , see Καῦδα .
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In Exp T xxi. p. 17 ff. Dr. Rendel Harris has shown good cause for believing that Καῦδα should be read in the original text of Acts 27:16 with אc B as against Κλαῦδα in א A, but see W Schm Gr. p. 65. MGr Γαυδονῆσι.
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