κακοῦργος, ον, Adjective
|(lit: an evil-worker), a criminal.|
From: Public Domain Greek-English lexicon by John Jeffrey Dodson (2010)
2557 kakoúrgos (from 2556/kakós, "a malignant disposition") – "a malefactor; a technical word implying criminality. William Ramsay noted this term "marks exactly the tone of the Neronian period, and . . . refers expressly to the flagitia, for which the Christians were condemned under Nero, and for which they were no longer condemned in ad 112" (WS).
|Related Strong's||Related word||Related gloss||Relation score|
|987||βλασφημέω||I speak evil against, blaspheme||10|
|5613||ὡς||as, like as, how, while, so that||10|
|2910||κρεμάννυμι||I hang up, suspend||10|
|1199||δεσμόν||a bond, chain||9|
|3360||μέχρι||as far as, until||8|
|3056||λόγος||a word, speech, divine utterance, analogy||8|
|3780||οὐχί||by no means, not at all||8|
|337||ἀναιρέω||I take up, abolish, murder||7|
|2553||κακοπαθέω||I suffer evil, endure affliction||7|
|1188||δεξιός||on the right hand, right hand, right||7|
From a Hyperspace Analogue to Language (HAL) constructed over the Nestle 1904 Greek New Testament.