Φῆλιξ in the New Testament

Definitions

Thayer

Felix = "happy"
1) a Roman procurator of Judea appointed by the emperor Claudius in A.D. 53. He ruled the province in a mean, cruel, and profligate manner. His period of office was full of troubles and seditions. Paul was brought before Felix at Caesarea. He was remanded in prison, and kept there two years in hopes of extorting money from him. Act 24:26,Act 24:27. At the end of that time Porcius Festus was appointed to supersede Felix, who, on his return to Rome, was accused by the Jews in Caesarea, and would have suffered the penalty due to his atrocities had not his brother Pallas prevailed with the emperor Nero to spare him. The wife of Felix was Drusilla, daughter of Herod Agrippa I., who was his third wife and whom he persuaded to leave her husband and marry him.
Part of Speech: noun proper masculine

Strong

G5344
Of Latin origin; happy; Phelix (that is, Felix), a Roman: - Felix.

Louw-Nida

GlossSection
Felix93.375

Classical Greek Dictionaries

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Perseus Digital Library

University of Chicago's Logion lexicon

Ulrik Petersen

Strong's dictionary

Crosswalk

Thayer's dictionary plus other information.

LaParola

From this site's dictionary (in Italian)

In the New Testament

SBL (also Westcott and Hort; Tischendorf; Byzantine)

Φήλικαnoun: accusative singular masculine1
Φήλικιnoun: dative singular masculine1
Φήλικοςnoun: genitive singular masculine1
Φῆλιξnoun: vocative singular masculine1
Φῆλιξnoun: nominative singular masculine5
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