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Strong's #3071 - Λυκαονία
Lycaonia = "wolf land"
- a region in Asia Minor, situated between Pisidia, Cilicia, Cappadocia, Galatia and Phrygia, whose chief towns were Derbe, Lystra and Iconium
district in the S. of Asia Minor, X. An. 1.2.19, etc.: — the people were Λυκάονες, οἱ, ib. 3.2.23, Arist. Fr. 151. Adv. λῠκανθρωπ-ιστί, in Lycaonian, Acts 14:11.
Λυκαονία, Λυκαονίας, ἡ, Lycaonia, a region of Asia Minor, situated between Pisidia, Cilicia, Cappadocia, Galatia and Phrygia, whose chief cities were Lystra, Derbe and Iconium (cf. references in Lightfoot on Colossians, p. 1). Its inhabitants spoke a peculiar and strange tongue the character of which cannot be determined: Acts 14:6. Cf. Winer's RWB, under the word; Lassen, Zeitschr. d. deutsch. morgenl. Gesellsch. x. ('56), p. 378; (Wright, Hittites (1884), p. 56).
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Λυκαονία , -ας , ἡ ,
Lycaonia, a region in Asia Minor: Acts 14:6.†
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