Andronicus in Easton's Bible Dictionary
man-conquering, a Jewish Christian, the kinsman and
fellowprisoner of Paul (Rom. 16:7); "of note among the
Andronicus in Fausset's Bible Dictionary
A Christian at Rome, saluted by Paul (Romans 16:7). He and
Junia were Paul's "kinsmen" (or the Greek may mean "fellow
countrymen," Romans 16:11-21) "and fellow prisoners, of note
among the apostles" (in the wider sense than the Twelve: Acts
14:4; Acts 14:14; 2 Corinthians 8:23; 1 Thessalonians 2:6),
"and in Christ" (by faith) "
Andronicus in Hitchcock's Bible Names
a man excelling others
Andronicus in Naves Topical Bible
Kinsman of Paul
Andronicus in Smiths Bible Dictionary
1. An officer left as viceroy, 2 Macc. 4:31, in
Antioch by Antiochus Epiphanes during his absence. 2 Macc.
4:31-38. (B.C. 171.)
2. Another officer of Antiochus Epiphanes who was left
by him on Garizem. 2 Macc. 5:23.
3. A Christian at Rome, saluted by St. Paul, Ro 16:7
together with Junia.
Andronicus in the Bible Encyclopedia - ISBE
(1) A deputy of Antiochus Epiphanes, who, while ruling at
Antioch, excited the Jews by the murder of Onias, and, upon
their formal complaint, was executed by his superior (2 Macc
4:32-38); generally distinguished from another officer of
the same name, also under Antiochus (2 Macc 5:23).
(2) A kinsman of Paul, residing at Rome (Rom 16:7). He had
been converted to Christianity before Paul, and, like Paul,
had suffered imprisonment, although when and where can only
be surmised. When he and Junias, another kinsman of Paul,
are referred to as "of note among the apostles," this may be
interpreted as either designating the high esteem in which
they were held by the Twelve, or as reckoning them in the
number of apostles. The latter is the sense, if "apostle" be
understood here in the more general meaning, used in Acts
14:14 of Barnabas, in 2 Cor 8:23 of Titus, in Phil 2:25 of
Epaphroditus, and in the Didache of "the traveling
evangelists or missionaries who preached the gospel from
place to place" (Schaff, The Teaching of the Twelve
Apostles, 67; see also Lightfoot on Philippians, 196). On
this assumption, Andronicus was one of the most prominent
and successful of the traveling missionaries of the early
H. E. Jacobs
Andronicus in Wikipedia
(Greek: Ανδρόνικος) was a first century Christian mentioned by
the Apostle Paul: According to that verse, Andronicus was a
relative and fellow prisoner of the Apostle Paul, a
particularly well-known Apostle, and had become a follower of
Jesus Christ before Paul's Damascus Road conversion. It is
generally assumed that Junia was his wife...
Andronicus Scripture - Romans 16:7
Salute Andronicus and Junia, my kinsmen, and my
fellowprisoners, who are of note among the apostles, who also
were in Christ before me.