(Rom. 16:7), a Christian at Rome to whom Paul sends salutations along with Andronicus.
He would ask junia to be his wife now, while she was so friendly.
junia, he said, flinging himself on his knees, will you betray me?
He remained vigilant until after junia and Luzanne had started in a cab for the railway-station.
I once thought that some day he might be worthy to be the husband of my junia!
junia saw the impression she had made, and set it down to her last words.
junia was always actuated by the principle as well as by the instinct of kindness.
Just then he heard junia's footsteps, and saw her coming towards him.
junia must despise him now: why should she have wished that his life should be spared?
Yet he would like to see the man in a different humour, and with joy he heard junia say to Grandois.
But before he started he asked Nereus to sanction his marriage with junia.