: the surname of Judas, the man who betrayed Christ
: a Jewish religious feast. It may also refer to the lamb sacrificed and eaten at the feast.
: a man who was a leader among the twelve apostles and wrote the two epistles of Peter
: a son of Jonas and brother of Andrew; an apostle of Jesus Christ,a man who was one of the apostles of Christ and also called 'the Zealot',a brother of Jesus,a man who was a well-know victim of leprosy who had been healed by Jesus (NIV note),a man from Cyrene who was forced to carry the cross of Jesus,a Pharisee man in whose house Jesus' feet were washed with tears and anointed,the father of Judas Iscariot,a man who was a sorcerer in Samaria and who wanted to buy the gifts of the Spirit,a man who was a tanner at Joppa and with whom Peter was staying when Cornelius sent for him
: a son of Mary and Joseph; half-brother of Jesus)
: a son of Amittai; the prophet God sent to Nineveh,the prophet who was swallowed by the great fish; son of Amittai