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bible verse

2 Timothy 4:14 / Mark 15:21

meaning

It was derived from the Greek name “Alexandros”, meaning “defending men”. It belongs to several characters in the New Testament, such as the metalwork in 2 Timothy (2 Timothy 4:14) and the son of the man who helped Jesus bear the cross on the way to the crucifixion in the Book of Mark (Mark (15:21).
The most famous bearer in history is Alexander the Great, King of Macedon in the 4th century BC whose huge empire included Greece, Egypt, Persia, and parts of India.

gender

Male

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Keywords

Alex    cross    defend    Jesus    Macedon   

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