Word Summary
neanias: a young man
Original Word: νεανίας
Transliteration: neanias
Phonetic Spelling: (neh-an-ee'-as)
Part of Speech: Noun, Masculine
Short Definition: a young man
Meaning: a young man
Strong's Concordance
young man.

From a derivative of neos; a youth (up to about forty years) -- young man.

see GREEK neos

Thayer's Greek Lexicon
STRONGS NT 3494: νεανίας

νεανίας, νεανίου, (from νέαν, and this from νέος; cf. μεγιστάν (which see), ξυνάν), from Homer down; Hebrew נַעַר and בָּחוּר; a young man: Acts 20:9; Acts 23:17, and R G in 18 (so here WH text), 22; it is used as in Greek writings, like the Latinadulescens and the Hebrew נַעַר (Genesis 41:12), of men between twenty-four and forty years of age (cf. Lob. ad Phryn., p. 213; (Diogenes Laërtius 8, 10; other references in Stephanus' Thesaurus, see under the words, νεᾶνις, νεανίσκος): Acts 7:58.