|Noah Webster's Dictionary|
1. (a.) Pertaining to Cyrene, in Africa; Cyrenaic.
2. (n.) A native or inhabitant of Cyrene.
3. (n.) One of a school of philosophers, established at Cyrene by Aristippus, a disciple of Socrates. Their doctrines were nearly the same as those of the Epicureans.
Int. Standard Bible Encyclopedia
si-re'-ni-an (Kurenaios, "a native or inhabitant of Cyrene"): Two Jews of Cyrene are mentioned in the New Testament, namely, Simon (Mark 15:21 and Luke 23:26 the King James Version) who was impressed to bear the Lord's cross (Mark 15:21 the Revised Version, margin), and Lucius, a Christian teacher at Antioch (Acts 13:1). See CYRENE; LUCIUS; SIMON. For Cyrenians see CYRENE.
Cyrenian (3 Occurrences)
Matthew 27:32 And coming forth, they found a man, a Cyrenian, by name Simon: him they impressed that he might bear his cross; (YLT)
Mark 15:21 And they compel one Simon a Cyrenian, who passed by, coming out of the country, the father of Alexander and Rufus, to bear his cross. (KJV DBY WBS YLT)
Luke 23:26 And as they led him away, they laid hold upon one Simon, a Cyrenian, coming out of the country, and on him they laid the cross, that he might bear it after Jesus. (KJV DBY WBS YLT)