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Reference: Nymphas


A Christian at Laodicea, whom Paul salutes, together with the company of believers wont to worship at his house, Col 4:15.

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nymph, saluted by Paul in his Epistle to the Colossians as a member of the church of Laodicea (Col 4:15).

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A disciple at Laodicea, whom Paul salutes "and the church which is in his house" (Col 4:15). An assembly of Christians met in his house. So delta, G, f, g, the Vulgate. (See NEW TESTAMENT.) But the Sinaiticus and the Alexandrinus and the Ephraemi Rescriptus manuscripts read "which is in their house," the Vaticanus manuscript has "her house," making Nymphas a woman.

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Saint at Colosse or Laodicea, to whom Paul sent his salutations. Col 4:15. Several editors read, 'the church which is in their house.'

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