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Derbē , es, f., = Δέρβη,
I.a fortified city of Lycaonia, residence of Cicero's friend, the tyrant Antipater; a place of refuge for Christians under persecution, now Divlé, Vulg. Act. 14, 6; 16, 1.—Hence,
1. Der-bes , ētis, or Derbētes , ae, m., an inhabitant of Derbe, Cic. Fam. 13, 73, 2.—
2. Derbēus , ēi, m. (Δερβαῖος), of Derbe, Gaius, Vulg. Act. 20, 4.
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