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Study Resources :: Dictionaries :: Shame (Noun, and Verb)

Dictionaries :: Shame (Noun, and Verb)

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Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
A-1 Noun Strong's Number: g819 Greek: atimia

Shame (Noun, and Verb):

signifies

(a) "shame, disgrace," Rom 1:26, "vile (passions)," RV, lit., "(passions) of shame;" 1Cr 11:14;

(b) "dishonor," e.g. 2Ti 2:20, where the idea of disgrace of "shame" does not attach to the use of the word; the meaning is that while in a great house some vessels are designed for purposes of honor, others have no particular honor (time) attached to their use (the prefix a simply negatives the idea of honor).
See DISHONOR.

A-2 Noun Strong's Number: g152 Greek: aischune

Shame (Noun, and Verb):

See ASHAMED, B, No. 1.

A-3 Noun Strong's Number: g1791 Greek: entrope

Shame (Noun, and Verb):

1Cr 6:5; 15:34.
See ASHAMED, B, No. 2.

A-4 Noun Strong's Number: g808 Greek: aschemosune

Shame (Noun, and Verb):

denotes

(a) "unseemliness," Rom 1:27, RV (AV, "that which is unseemly");

(b) "shame, nakedness," Rev 16:15, a euphemism for No. 2.

B-1 Adjective Strong's Number: g150 Greek: aischros

Shame (Noun, and Verb):

"base, shameful" (akin to aischos, "shame"), of that which is opposed to modesty or purity, is translated as a noun in 1Cr 11:6; 14:35, AV (RV, "shameful"); Eph 5:12; in Tts 1:11, "filthy (lucre)," lit., "shameful (gain)."
See FILTHY.

C-1 Verb Strong's Number: g818 Greek: atimazo

Shame (Noun, and Verb):

"to dishonor, put to shame" (akin to A, No. 1): see DISHONOR, C, No. 1.

C-2 Verb Strong's Number: g1788 Greek: entrepo

Shame (Noun, and Verb):

lit., "to turn in upon, to put to shame" (akin to A, No. 3), is translated "to shame (you)" in 1Cr 4:14.
See ASHAMED, A, No. 4.

C-3 Verb Strong's Number: g2617 Greek: kataischuno

Shame (Noun, and Verb):

"to put to shame" (kata, perhaps signifying "utterly"), is translated "ye... shame (them)" in 1Cr 11:22, AV, RV, "ye... put (them) to shame."
See ASHAMED, A, No. 3.

C-4 Verb Strong's Number: g3856 Greek: paradeigmatizo

Shame (Noun, and Verb):

signifies "to set forth as an example" (para, "beside," deiknumi, "to show"), and is used in Hbr 6:6 of those Jews, who, though attracted to, and closely associated with, the Christian faith, without having experienced more than a tasting of the heavenly gift and partaking of the Holy Ghost (not actually receiving Him), were tempted to apostatize to Judaism, and, thereby crucifying the Son of God a second time, would "put Him to an open shame." So were criminals exposed. In the Sept., Num 25:4; Jer 13:22; Eze 28:17.

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