1847: ἐξουδενόω


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Dodson dictionary

1847
ἐξουδενόω,       Verb
I set at naught, ignore, despise.

From: Public Domain Greek-English lexicon by John Jeffrey Dodson (2010)

HELPS Lexicon excerpt

Cognate: 1847 eksoudenóō (from 1537/ek, "out of," which intensifies oudenoō, "bring to nothing") "bring (completely) to naught"; (passive) utterly disregarded, rejected (despised, scorned); "ill-treated with contempt" (L & N, 1, 88.133).  1847/eksoudenóō ("render as nothing, of no value") is an intensified term (used only in Mk 9:12).  See1848 (eksouthenéō).

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Strong's Greek Dictionary

1847
ἐξουδενόω (exoudenóō)
from 1537 and a derivative of the neuter of 3762; to make utterly nothing of, i.e. despise
:--set at nought. See also 1848.

From: Strong's Greek Dictionary by James Strong (1890)

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1125 γράφω I write 1

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