Easton's Bible Dictionary
A Christian at Rome to whom Paul sent salutations (Romans 16:14 ).
Morrish Bible Dictionary
Christian at Rome to whom Paul sent a salutation. Romans 16:14 .
Hitchcock's Bible Names
Paternal; that pursues the steps of his father
Fausset's Bible Dictionary
A Christian at, Rome (Romans 16:14) whom Paul salutes. A name borne by a member of Caesar's household. (Suetonius, Galba 20; Martial Ep. 2:32, section 3; compare Philippians 1:13; Philippians 4:22.)
Holman Bible Dictionary
(pat' roh buhss) Personal name meaning, “life of (or from) father.” Member of a Roman house church whom Paul greeted (Romans 16:14 ).
Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible
PATROBAS. The name of a member of the Roman Church greeted by St. Paul in Romans 16:14 .
The Hawker's Poor Man's Concordance And Dictionary
A companion of the apostle Paul. (Romans 16:14) His name hath an allusion to somewhat that is fatherly.
Hastings' Dictionary of the New Testament
(Πατρόβας, a Greek name, contracted from Patrobius)
Patrobas is the fourth of a group of five names (all Greek) of persons ‘and the brethren with them’ saluted by St. Paul in Romans 16:14. Nothing is known of any member of this group. It is suggested that together they formed an ἐκκλησία or household church, the locality of which we shall suppose to have been Rome or Ephesus, according to our view of the destination of these salutations. This is more probable than that they were slaves belonging to some great establishment, or members of a civic gild. Cf. the salutation to another group of five persons ‘and all the saints that are with them’ in the verse following. In each case the names mentioned probably represent ‘the first nucleus, the leading individuals,’ of the congregation (see C. von Weizsäcker, Apostolic Age, Eng. tr._, i.  398f.), and perhaps the first mentioned (Asyncritus, Romans 16:14, Philologus, Romans 16:15) was the recognized leader. All, however, may have been heads of separate Christian households. For the occurrence of the name Patrobas on inscriptions of the Imperial household see J. B. Lightfoot, Philippians4, 1878, p. 176.
T. B. Allworthy.
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Patrobas - (Πατρόβας, a Greek name, contracted from Patrobius)...
Patrobas is the fourth of a group of five names (all Greek) of persons ‘and the brethren with them’ saluted by St. For the occurrence of the name Patrobas on inscriptions of the Imperial household see J
Phlegon - _ Asyncritus, Patrobas
Asyncritus - If the Ephesian destination be preferred, there is evidence of similar house-churches at Ephesus in 1 Corinthians 16:19, and perhaps in Acts 20:20 (see article Patrobas)
Seventy (2) - ) as follows:—James (brother of the Lord), Timothy, Titus, Barnabas, Ananias, Stephen, Philip, Prochorus, Nicanor, Simon, Nicolas, Parmenas, Cleopas, Silas, Silvanus, Crescens, Epenetus, Andronicus, Amplias, Urbanus, Stachys, Apelles, Aristobulus, Narcissus, Herodion, Rufus, Asyncritus, Phlegon, Hermes, Hermas, Patrobas, Rhodion, Jason, Agabus, Linus, Gaius, Philologus, Olympas, Sosipater, Lucius, Tertius, Erastus, Phygellus, Hermogenes, Dermas, Quartus, Apollos, Cephas, Sosthenes, Epaphroditus, Caesar, Marcus, Joseph Barsabbas, Artemas, Clemens, Onesiphorus, Tychicus, Carpus, Euodius, Philemon, Zenas, Aquila, Priscas, Junias, Marcus (2), Aristarchus, Pudens, Trophimus, Lucas the Eunuch, Lazarus