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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary Greek Lexicon
Strong's #2319 - θεοστυγής
- hateful to God, exceptionally impious and wicked
hated of the gods, E. Tr. 1213, Cyc. 602, Poll. 1.21; hated of God, Romans 1:30 (where some take it Act., hating God).
θεοστυγής, θεοστυγες (Θεός and στυγέω; cf. θεομισής, θεομυσής, and the substantive, θεοστυγία, omitted in the lexamples, Clement of Rome, 1 Cor. 35, 5 [ET]), hateful to God, exceptionally impious and wicked; (Vulg. deo odibilis): Romans 1:30 (Euripides, Troad. 1213 and Cyclop. 396, 602; joined with ἄδικοι in Clement. hom. 1, 12, where just before occurs οἱ Θεόν μισοῦντες). Cf. the full discussion of the word by Fritzsche, Commentary on Romans, i., p. 84ff; (and see Winer's Grammar, 53f (53)).
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* θεοστυγής , -ές
(< θεός , στυγέω ),
1. passive, as freq. in cl., hateful to God: Romans 1:30 (R, txt., cf. Lit., Notes, 256).
2. Active, hating God: lb. (R, mg., cf. ICC, in l).†
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