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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #2815 - Κλήμης
Clement = "mild, merciful"
- a companion of Paul and apparently a member of the church of Philippi. According to tradition, he is identical with that Clement who was bishop of Rome towards the close of the first century.
Κλήμης , -εντος , ὁ ,
Clement: Philippians 4:3.†
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This Lat. name Clçmçns appears in the nom. (not in NT) as Κλήμης with a gen. Κλήμεντος (Philippians 4:3) : cf. P Oxy II. 241.1 (c. A.D. 98) Καικίλλις (l.–ιος) Κλήμης τῷ ἀγρανόμῳ (l. ἀγορ –) χ (αί)ρειν with reference to the registration of a mortgage, also ib. 340 (A.D. 98—9), and Preisigke 4613 τὸ προσκύνημα Ἀντ [ω ]νίου Κλήμεντος.
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