1870, Thomas Lever, Sermons, page 73:
- And surely none can continue neare, and deare vnto our kyng Christ but suche, for others that euer prolle for priuate profite, bee hypocrites and flatterers as was Iudas.
1884, Jacob Isidor Mombert, Five Books of Moses (Genesis, XXXVIII: 1), page 115:
- And it fortuned at that tyme that Iudas went from his brethren & gatt him to a man called Hira of Odollam, and there he sawe the doughter of a man called Sua a Canaanyte.
1904, William Shakespeare, Horace Howard Furness, Loves Labour's Lost, page 288:
- Ped: Iudas I am. Dum: A Iudas? Ped: Not Iscariot sir. Iudas I am ycliped Machabeus.
First declension, masculine Greek type with nominative singular in -ās.