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<pre>‡ANTIPAS
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|Mountain on [[LAMANITE(S)|L<small>AMANITE</small>]] border, ca. 72 BC ([http://www.lds.org/scriptures/bofm/alma/47.7,%209,%2010?lang=eng#6 Alma 47:7, 9, 10])
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Lehite GN Mountain on Lamanite border, ca. 72 BC (Alma 47:7, 9–10)
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'''Etymology'''
  
It is possible that this GN is related to the Greek PN recorded in Revelation 2:13, Antipas, a common hypocoristic form for *anti'patros, like (his) father” (cf. *anti'pais,  
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It is possible that this [[Geographical Name|GN]] is related to the Greek [[Personal Name|PN]] recorded in [http://scriptures.lds.org/en/rev/2/13#13 Revelation 2:13], '''A<small>NTIPAS</small>''', a common hypocoristic form for ''*anti'patros'', “like (his) father” (cf. ''*anti'pais'', “like a child; a mere boy”), an extremely common Greek name or epithet. Note the Greek city name ''antipatri's'', “belonging to Antipater,” a city built by Herod the Great in memory of his father (Josephus, ''Antiquities of the Jews'' 16:142ff.).
like a child; a mere boy”), an extremely common Greek name or epithet. Note the Greek cityname antipatri's, “belonging to Antipater,” a city built by Herod the Great  
 
in memory of his father (Josephus, Antiquities of the Jews 16:142ff.).
 
  
It is also possible that the GN is composed of two elements, anti- and -pas. For the first element see the discussion under Anti-Nephi-Lehi. For -pas, cf. Nabatean ps,  
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It is also possible that the [[Geographical Name|GN]] is composed of two elements, ''anti-'' and ''-pas''. For the first element see the discussion under [[ANTI-NEPHI-LEHI|A<small>NTI-NEPHI-LEHI</small>]]. For ''-pas'', cf. Nabatean ''ps'', “part, portion,” Punic ''ps'', “tablet,” or Nabatean ''ps͂s͂'', “to be divided, to be violated, to be separated” ([[J. Hoftijzer, and K. Jongeling, Dictionary of the North-West Semitic Inscriptions. 2nd ed. HOSANE/HOSNME 21 Leiden/N.Y.: Brill, 2003.|''DNWSI'']] 921 & 931).
“part, portion,” Punic ps, “tablet,” or Nabatean ps͂s͂, “to be divided, to be violated, to be separated” (DNWSI 921 & 931).
 
  
Cf. Book of Mormon Ani-Anti, Antiomno, Antion, Antionah, Antionum, Antiparah, Antipus, Antum, Anti-Nephi-Lehi, Corianton, Coriantor, Coriantum, Coriantumr,  
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Cf. Book of Mormon [[ANI-ANTI|A<small>NI-ANTI</small>]], [[ANTIOMNO|A<small>NTIOMNO</small>]], [[ANTION|A<small>NTION</small>]], [[ANTIONAH|A<small>NTIONAH</small>]], [[ANTIONUM|A<small>NTIONUM</small>]], [[ANTIPARAH|A<small>NTIPARAH</small>]], [[ANTIPUS|A<small>NTIPUS</small>]], [[ANTUM|A<small>NTUM</small>]], [[ANTI-NEPHI-LEHI|A<small>NTI-NEPHI-LEHI</small>]], [[CORIANTON|C<small>ORIANTON</small>]], [[CORIANTOR|C<small>ORIANTOR</small>]], [[CORIANTUM|C<small>ORIANTUM</small>]], [[CORIANTUMR|C<small>ORIANTUMR</small>]], [[GADIANDI|G<small>ADIANDI</small>]], [[GADIANTON|G<small>ADIANTON</small>]], [[IRREANTUM|I<small>RREANTUM</small>]], [[LEHONTI|L<small>EHONTI</small>]], [[MORIANTON|M<small>ORIANTON</small>]], [[MORIANTUM|M<small>ORIANTUM</small>]], [[ONTI(ES)|O<small>NTI(ES)</small>]], [[SEANTUM|S<small>EANTUM</small>]].
Gadiandi, Gadianton, Irreantum, Lehonti, Morianton, Moriantum, Onti, Seantum. </pre>
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See also [[Antipas / Antipus Variant]]
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'''Variants'''
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[[Antipas / Antipus Variant|Antipah]], [[Antipas / Antipus Variant|Antipus]]
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'''[[Deseret Alphabet]]:''' 𐐈𐐤𐐓𐐆𐐑𐐊𐐝 (æntɪpʌs)
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'''Notes'''
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[[Category:Names]][[Category:Lehite GN]]
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<div style="text-align: center;"> [[ANTIPARAH|<<]] Antipas [[ANTIPUS|>>]] </div>
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==[[Name Index]]==
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Latest revision as of 00:48, 22 November 2015

Lehite GN 1. Mountain on LAMANITE border, ca. 72 BC (Alma 47:7, 9, 10)

Etymology

It is possible that this GN is related to the Greek PN recorded in Revelation 2:13, ANTIPAS, a common hypocoristic form for *anti'patros, “like (his) father” (cf. *anti'pais, “like a child; a mere boy”), an extremely common Greek name or epithet. Note the Greek city name antipatri's, “belonging to Antipater,” a city built by Herod the Great in memory of his father (Josephus, Antiquities of the Jews 16:142ff.).

It is also possible that the GN is composed of two elements, anti- and -pas. For the first element see the discussion under ANTI-NEPHI-LEHI. For -pas, cf. Nabatean ps, “part, portion,” Punic ps, “tablet,” or Nabatean ps͂s͂, “to be divided, to be violated, to be separated” (DNWSI 921 & 931).

Cf. Book of Mormon ANI-ANTI, ANTIOMNO, ANTION, ANTIONAH, ANTIONUM, ANTIPARAH, ANTIPUS, ANTUM, ANTI-NEPHI-LEHI, CORIANTON, CORIANTOR, CORIANTUM, CORIANTUMR, GADIANDI, GADIANTON, IRREANTUM, LEHONTI, MORIANTON, MORIANTUM, ONTI(ES), SEANTUM.

See also Antipas / Antipus Variant

Variants

Antipah, Antipus

Deseret Alphabet: 𐐈𐐤𐐓𐐆𐐑𐐊𐐝 (æntɪpʌs)

Notes


<< Antipas >>

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