Ephesian definition

  • noun:
    • A native or inhabitant of ancient Ephesus.
    • See Table at Bible.
    • Someone from Ephesus
    • A jolly partner; a roisterer.
    • A native of Ephesus.
    • A jolly companion; a roisterer.
    • A native or an inhabitant of Ephesus: as, the epistle of Paul on Ephesians.
    • A boon friend; a jolly other.
    • a resident associated with the ancient Greek town of Ephesus
  • adjective:
    • Of or regarding ancient Ephesus or its folks, language, or culture.
    • Of, from, or related to, Ephesus
    • Of or regarding Ephesus, an old city of Ionia, in Asia Minor.
    • of or relating to old Ephesus or its men and women or language or tradition
  • others:
    • Of or related to Ephesus, an ancient city of Ionia in the coastline of Asia Minor at lips associated with lake Ca├┐ster, famous because the seat of a peculiar form of the worship of Artemis, the legends of Amazons associated with this cultus, the magnificent temple of Artemis (the Artemision or Artemisium, commonly called the temple of Diana), and also as a sizable and important commercial city.

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