ASYNCRITUS (a-sĭng'krĭ-tŭs, incomparable). A Christian in Rome to whom Paul sent a salutation (Rom.16.14).

ASYNCRITUS ə sĭng’ krĭ təs (̓Ασύγκριτος, G850, a Gr. name, incomparable). A Christian in Rome, named with four other men, to whom Paul sent greetings (Rom 16:14). Named first, he was prob. the leader of this group of believers. The name is found in papyri and inscrs.

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915)

An unknown Christian at Rome to whom Paul sent an affectionate salutation (Ro 16:14).