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Gaius


Gai’us, or Cai’us (lord).

1. A Macedonian who accompanied Paul in his travels, and whose life was in danger from the mob at Ephesus. Acts 19:29. (a.d. 54.)

2. Of Derbe. He went with Paul from Corinth in his last journey to Jerusalem. Acts 20:4. (a.d. 55.)

3. Of Corinth, whom Paul baptized, and who was his host in his second sojourn in that city. 1 Cor. 1:14; Rom. 16:23. (These are supposed by some to be only one person.)

4. John’s third epistle is addressed to a Christian of this name. We may possibly identify him with No. 2.