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Agabus (Agabus)

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Agabus (Agabus) is a subgenus of Agabus.

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Google previewThe Stanford Sequoia (1900)

Perhaps Agabus is the one in the act of breaking a wand against ...

Google previewKaufman Field Guide to Insects of North America (2007)

by Eric R. Eaton, Kenn Kaufman

Agabus is a huge genus (about 100 species) of medium-sized insects. Most common in small bodies of still water, they will exploit a diversity of habitats, including swimming pools. Members of the genus Cybister are very large and live in the ...

Google previewDictionary of Biblical Prophecy and End Times (2009)

by J. Daniel Hays, J. Scott Duvall, C. Marvin Pate

Agabus is one of the prophets from Jerusalem who came to Antioch and prophesied that ...

Google previewHastings' Dictionary of the Bible (2015)

by Hastings, James

AGABUS.—A Christian prophet of Jerusalem (Act. 11:27ff; Act. 21:10 f.), whose prediction ofa famine over the (civilized) world occasioned the sending of alms from Antioch to Jerusalem. The famine happened, not simultaneously in all ...

Google previewThe International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia (1915)

by James Orr

AGABUS, ag'a-bus ("AvaBo*, Agaboa) : A Christian prophet of Jerus, twice mentioned in Acts. • (1) In Acts 11 27 f, we find him at Antioch foretelling "a great famine over all the world," "which," adds the historian, "came to pass in the days of ...

Google previewZondervan Illustrated Bible Dictionary (2011)

by J. D. Douglas, Merrill C. Tenney

Years later, a “prophet named Agabus” (almost surely the same man) came down ...

Google previewBible Dictionary (2015)

by Ballantyne, R. M.

Many years after, Agabus predicted the ...

Google previewThe Imperial Bible-Dictionary (1866)

Historical, Biographical, Geographical and Doctrinal - Volume I by Patrick Fairbairn

Along with some others who are also said to have possessed prophetical gifts, Agabus appeared at Antioch, and "signified by the Spirit that there should be great dearth throughout all the world ; which came to pass in the days of Claudius ...

Google previewCalmet's Dictionary of the Holy Bible (1830)

With the Biblical Fragments by Augustin Calmet, Charles Taylor

AGABUS, "Ayafioc, a locust ; from ma goob ; otherwise, the feast of the father ; from XI heg, rejoicing, a feast, and ab, a father : or, father's joy. AGABUS, a prophet, and, as the Greeks say, one of the seventy disciples of our Saviour, Acts xL 28.

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