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Study Resources :: Dictionaries :: Wrong (Noun and Verb), Wrongdoer, Wrongdoing

Dictionaries :: Wrong (Noun and Verb), Wrongdoer, Wrongdoing

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Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
A-1 Noun Strong's Number: g93 Greek: adikia

Wrong (Noun and Verb), Wrongdoer, Wrongdoing:

a, negative, dike, "right," is translated "wrong" in 2Pe 2:13 (2nd part), 2Pe 2:15, RV, "wrongdoing" (AV, unrighteousness); in 2Cr 12:13, it is used ironically.
See INIQUITY, UNJUST, UNRIGHTEOUSNESS.

A-2 Noun Strong's Number: g92 Greek: adikema

Wrong (Noun and Verb), Wrongdoer, Wrongdoing:

denotes "a misdeed, injury," in the concrete sense (in contrast to No. 1), Act 18:14, "a matter of wrong;" Act 24:20, RV, "wrongdoing" (AV, "evil doing").
See INIQUITY.

B-1 Verb Strong's Number: g91 Greek: adikeo

Wrong (Noun and Verb), Wrongdoer, Wrongdoing:

"to do wrong," is used

(a) intransitively, to act unrighteously, Act 25:11, RV, "I am a wrongdoer" (AV, "... an offender"); 1Cr 6:8; 2Cr 7:12 (1st part); Col 3:25 (1st part); cp. Rev 22:11 (see UNRIGHTEOUSNESS, B);

(b) transitively, "to wrong," Mat 20:13; Act 7:24 (Passive Voice), Act 7:26, 27; 25:10; 2Cr 7:2, 12 (2nd part; Passive Voice); Gal 4:12, "ye did (me no) wrong," anticipating a possible suggestion that his vigorous language was due to some personal grievance; the occasion referred to was that of his first visit; Col 3:25 (2nd part), lit., "what he did wrong," which brings consequences both in this life and at the judgment seat of Christ; Phm 1:18; 2Pe 2:13 (1st part); in the Middle or Passive Voice, "to take or suffer wrong, to suffer (oneself) to be wronged," 1Cr 6:7.
See HURT, OFFENDER, UNJUST.

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