From Strong's Greek and Hebrtew Dictionaries:
Meanwhile, who the hell is this "Cleophas" (or [wiki]Clopas[/wiki])? The Catholic Encyclopedia suggests that he may be the same person as Alphaeus, the father of James the apostle. But Luke tells us that a "Cleopas" was one of the disciples who saw Jesus on the Road to Emmaus (24:18).
, Kleopas, kleh-op'-as, Probably contracted from ??????????? Kleopatros (compounded from G2811
); Cleopas, a Christian: - Cleopas.
kleos, kleh'-os, From a shorter form of G2564; renown (as if being called): - glory.
pate?r, pat-ayr', Apparently a primary word; a “father” (literally or figuratively, near or more remote): - father, parent.)
, Klo?pas, klo-pas', Of Chaldee origin (corresponding to G256); Clopas
, an Israelite: - Clopas.
Alphaios, al-fah'-yos, Of Hebrew origin (compare [H2501]); Alpheus, an Israelite: - Alpheus.
H2501, cheleph, kheh'-lef, The same as H2500; change; Cheleph, a place in Palestine: - Heleph.Cleopas
must all be different characters.