theostugés: hating GodOriginal Word: θεοστυγής, ές
Part of Speech: Adjective
Phonetic Spelling: (theh-os-too-gace')
Short Definition: hating God, hateful to God
Definition: hating God, hateful to God.
2319 theostygḗs(a substantival adjective, derived from 2316 /theós, "God" and stygeō, "abhor") – properly, to abhor God (His will). This rare term refers to people who totally turn against the Lord (used only in Ro 1:30).
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
from theos and the same as stugétos
haters of God (1).
Thayer's Greek LexiconSTRONGS NT 2319: θεοστυγής
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.deoodibilis): 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)).
Strong's Exhaustive Concordancehater of God.
see GREEK theos
see GREEK stugnetos
Forms and Transliterationsθεοστυγεις θεοστυγείς θεοστυγεῖς theostugeis theostygeis theostygeîs
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