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δυσφημια • DUSFHMIA • dusphēmia

δυσ·φημία, -ας, ἡ

Noun (Fem. 1st Decl.)

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Perseus Dictionary Entry (Liddell and Scott [and Jones]'s Greek-English Lexicon, 9th ed., 1925-1940)

δυσφημία

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Occurrences in the GNT

InflectionLemmaUncontracted Form(s)ParsingTranslation(s)Verse(s)
δυσφημίαςδυσφημίαδυσφημι·ας(fem) gen sg or (fem) acc plill-language (gen), ill-languages (acc)2Cor 6:8

Inflections: 1
Total occurrences: 1

Occurrences in the LXX

InflectionLemmaUncontracted Form(s)ParsingTranslation(s)Verse(s)
δυσφημίαςδυσφημίαδυσφημι·ας(fem) gen sg or (fem) acc plill-language (gen), ill-languages (acc)3Mc 2:26
δυσφημιῶνδυσφημίαδυσφημι·ων(fem) gen plill-languages (gen)1Mc 7:38

Inflections: 2
Total occurrences: 2

προφητεύω

προφητεία, -ας, ἡ prophesy (n.)
προ·φητεύω to prophesy (v.)
προφήτης, -ου, ὁ prophet (n.) minister, and interpreter, one who expounds the will of God
προ·φητικός -ή -όν prophetic (adj.)
προφῆτις, -ιδος, ἡ prophetess (n.)
ψευδο·προφήτης, -ου, ὁ false prophet (n.) quasi 'as if, almost; simulated; faked, false; fictitious, mock

φημέω

βλασ·φημέω to blaspheme/disparage (v.) Lit:"slow/sluggish-reputation", hence slander/speak-ill/evil-of/malign, refusing to acknowledge good/worthy-of-respect/veneration.
βλασ·φημία, -ας, ἡ blasphemy (n.) Blast-full speaking, i.e. speaking against someone to hurt or harm them.
βλάσ·φημος -ον blaspheming (adj.)
δυσ·φημέω to ??? (v.)
δυσ·φημία, -ας, ἡ ill-language (n.)
εὐ·φημία, -ας, ἡ commendation (n.)

φημί

εὔ·φημος -ον commendable (adj.)
σύμ+φημι to concede (v.) [acknowledge as true]
φήμη, -ης, ἡ report (n.)
φημί to say (v.)

φημίζω

δια+φημίζω to make known (v.) spread abroad, has been published, advertise, blazon, publicize

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