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Bernice

Picture description: Paul before King Agrippa and Bernice (right)
Picture copyright: Cook Communications Ministries

bible verse

Acts 25:13

meaning

It is a form of “Berenice” which is an ancient Macedonian form of the Greek name Φερενικη (Pherenike), meaning “victory bringer”. “φερω” (phero) stands for “to bring” while “νικη” (nike) “victory”. In the New Testament, the name bearer was a sister of King Herod Agrippa II.
“Veronica” is the Latin form of the name.

gender

Female

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Keywords

Bernice    Herod Agrippa    Veronica    victory   

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