Philip, (a) one of the twelve apostles of Jesus, (b) tetrarch of the Ituraean and Trachonitic region, half-brother of Herod Antipas, tetrarch of Galilee, (c) one of the seven original deacons at Jerusalem and a missionary.
fond of horses; Philippus, the name of four Israelites Derivation: from G5384 and G2462;
φίλιππος, -ου, ὁ Philip; __1. the husband of Herodias: Refs Mat.14:3, Mrk.6:17. __2. The tetrarch: Refs Mat.16:13, Mrk.8:27, Luk.3:1. __3. The apostle: Refs Mat.10:3, Mrk.3:18, Luk.6:14, Jhn.1:44-49 6:5, 7 12:21-22 14:8-9, Act.1:13. __4. The deacon and evangelist: Refs Act.6:5 8:5-40 21:8.† (AS)
1) an apostle of Christ 2) an evangelist and one of the seven deacons of the Jerusalem church 3) tetrarch of Trachonitis, was brother to Herod Antipas, by the father's, but not by the mother's side. Philip was born of Cleopatra, of Jerusalem, and Herod of Malthace, a Samaritan: he died in the twentieth year of Tiberias, five years after his mention in Lk. 3:1. He built Caesarea Philippi. His step brother Herod Antipas, married his wife unlawfully. (Gill) 4) see 2542, Caesarea Philippi
Literal: Philip = "lover of horses"
From G5384 and G2462; fondofhorses; Philippus, the name of four Israelites
Properly dear, that is, a friend; actively fond, that is, friendly (still as a noun, an associate, neighbor, etc.)
KJV Usage: friend.
From G2316 and G5384; friendofGod; Theophilus, a Christian
KJV Usage: Theophilus.
From G5384 and G18; fondofgood, that is, a promoterofvirtue
KJV Usage: love of good men.
From G5384 and G80; fondofbrethren, that is, fraternal
KJV Usage: love as brethren.
From G5384 and G435; fondofman, that is, affectionate as a wife
KJV Usage: love their husbands.
Adverb from a compound of G5384 and G444; fondlytoman (philanthropically), that is, humanely
KJV Usage: courteously.
From G5384 and G696; fondofsilver (money), that is, avaricious
KJV Usage: covetous.
From G5384 and G846; fondofself, that is, selfish
KJV Usage: lover of own self.
From G5384; to beafriendto (fondof [an individual or an object]), that is, haveaffection for (denoting personal attachment, as a matter of sentiment or feeling; while G25 is wider, embracing especially the judgment and the deliberate assent of the will as a matter of principle, duty and propriety: the two thus stand related very much as G2309 and G1014, or as G2372 and G3563 respectively; the former being chiefly of the heart and the latter of the head); specifically to kiss (as a mark of tenderness)
KJV Usage: kiss, love.
From G5384 and G2237; fondofpleasure, that is, voluptuous
KJV Usage: lover of pleasure.
From G5384; fondness
KJV Usage: friendship.
From G5384 and G2316; fondofGod, that is, pious
KJV Usage: lover of God.
From G5384 and G3056; fondofwords, that is, talkative (argumentative, learned, “philological”); Philologus, a Christian
KJV Usage: Philologus.
From G5384 and νεῖκος neikos (a quarrel; probably akin to G3534); fondofstrife, that is, disputatious
KJV Usage: contentious.
From G5384 and G3581; fondofguests, that is, hospitable
KJV Usage: given to (lover of, use) hospitality.
From a compound of G5384 and G4413; to befondofbeingfirst, that is, ambitious of distinction
KJV Usage: love to have the preeminence.
From G5384 and G4680; fondofwise things, that is, a “philosopher”
KJV Usage: philosopher.
From G5384 and στοργή s torgē (cherishing one’s kindred, especially parents or children); fondof natural relatives, that is, fraternal towards fellow Christians
KJV Usage: kindly affectioned.
From G5384 and G5043; fondof one’s children, that is, maternal
KJV Usage: love their children.
Middle voice from a compound of G5384 and G5092; to be fondofhonor, that is, emulous (eager or earnest to do somethng.)
KJV Usage: labour, strive, study.
From G5384 and G5424; friendlyofmind, that is, kind