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Onesimus, bishop of Byzantium (a runaway slave and early Christian convert mentioned in the New Testament of the Christian Bible).
Onesimus may also refer to:
- Onesimos (vase painter) (fl ca. 505 – ca. 480 BCE)
- Onesimus (son of Python), Macedonian noble
- Onesimus of Kiev, Christian monk
- Onesimus (Boston slave), Sudanese slave of Puritan minister Cotton Mather
- Onesimos Nesib (ca 1856-1931), translator of the Bible into the Ethiopian Oromo language
- Onesimus "Ness" Edwards (1897-1968), British politician
- Onesimus Ustonson, British manufacturer of fishing tackle
- Onesimus (1882), book by Edwin Abbott Abbott
- Onesimus: A Quest For Freedom (1992), Christian video game
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