( ῾Ιερώνυμος, sacred in name, Vulg. Hieronymus), a Syrian general in the time of Antiochus V. Eupator (2 Macc. 12:2). The name was made distinguished among the Asiatic Greeks by Hieronymus of Cardia, the historian of Alexander's successors. Smith.

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