AENEAS (ē-nē'ăs). A paralytic, healed at Lydda by Peter (Acts.9.32-Acts.9.35).

AENEAS ĭ nē’ əs (̓Αινέας, praise, a classic Gr. name. Douay VS, ENEAS). A resident at Lydda, bedridden with paralysis for eight years, whom Peter miraculously healed (Acts 9:33-35). His healing caused many to accept Christianity. That he was a Christian before his healing is not stated.

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915)

A paralytic at Lydda, who, after he "had kept his bed eight years," was miraculously healed by Peter (Ac 9:33,34).