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Priscilla(中文版)



Picture description:
Priscilla and Aquila
Picture copyright:V. Gilbert and Arlisle F. Beers
Appeared In:
Acts 18:2
Gender:
Female
Pronunciation:
pri-SIL-ə (English)
Meaning:
It is a Roman name which is a diminutive of “Prisca” derived from “Priscus”, meaning “ancient” in Latin. In the New Testament, Priscilla was the wife of Aquila and a convert to Christianity. They were tentmakers and together they stayed with Paul in Corinth for some time and sailed for Syria. They parted at Ephesus. In Romans 16:3-4, Paul sent greetings to Priscilla and Aquila and noted that they “risked their necks” to save him.
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Priscilla   Aquila   Prisca  
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