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hermogenes in the Bible

Mercury-born, at one time Paul's fellow-labourer in Asia Minor, who, however, afterwards abandoned him, along with one Phygellus, probably on account of the perils by which they were beset (2 Tim. 1:15).

Easton's 1897 Bible Dictionary
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  • Some have supposed that the necessary qualification is to be found in what follows; viz., of whom are Phygelus and hermogenes.

  • That is my view, hermogenes, of the correctness of names; and I should like to hear what Cratylus would say.

    Cratylus Plato
  • The fate of hermogenes instructed Philip, the Prætorian præfect, to act with more precaution on a similar occasion.

  • To this he replies—'If all the world were to call you hermogenes, that would not be your name.'

    Cratylus Plato
  • Such are the words which he spoke in conversation with hermogenes and the rest.

    The Memorabilia Xenophon
  • For there may be a doubt whether you can call him hermogenes, if he is not.

    Cratylus Plato
  • They apparently formed an introduction to the Τέχνη of hermogenes.

  • And you, hermogenes, on what do you plume yourself most highly?

    The Symposium Xenophon
  • As for my singing, I know it for a fact that hermogenes is decidedly jealous of me!'

    Ave Roma Immortalis, Vol. 1 Francis Marion Crawford
  • Diodorus answered: You are quite right, Socrates; bid hermogenes come to me.

    The Memorabilia Xenophon

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