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Biblical People
Symeon (sime-un), KJV Simeon (sime-un). [Gr. Sumeoµn, from Heb. ShimÔoÆn, “hearing.”]

1.    A Judahite appearing in Luke's genealogy of Jesus Christ (Lk 3:30).

2.    For Acts 15:14, RSV, see Peter.

3.    A Christian prophet and/or teacher at Antioch at the time of the appointment of Saul and Barnabas for foreign mission service. He was also known by his Latin name Niger, meaning “black,” suggesting that he may have been of African stock (Acts 13:1).

Horn, Siegfried H., Seventh-day Adventist Bible Dictionary, (Washington, D.C.: Review and Herald Publishing Association) 1979.

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