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οργῃ; οργηὀργήοργ·ῃ; οργ·η(fem) dat sg; (fem) nom|voc sg

ὀργή, -ῆς, ἡ (cf. θυμός)

Noun (Fem. 1st Decl.)

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

ὀργή

Trench's Synonyms of the New Testament (1880)

§xxxvii. θυμός, ὀργή, παροργισμός

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Romans 4:15: ὁ γὰρ νόμος ὀργὴν κατεργάζεται· οὗ { γὰρ οὐκ ♦ δὲ οὐκ } ἔστιν νόμος, οὐδὲ παράβασις.
[For the law works produces wrath, for where there is no law, neither is there disobedience (WEB).]

Where there is law, there is enforcement. Ὠργή here appears to refer to the consequence or penalty of breaking the law rather than to an emotional reaction. Castigation may be a better translation. Much like when we say, never punish a child in anger, or a parent says, this is going to hurt me more than it hurts you, the punishment may feel like wrath to the child, but is meted out irrespective of emotion. So, too, perhaps, ὀργή does not suggest a retributive outburst from God, but a necessary correction or result of breaking the law. Like with a mousetrap: when a mouse takes the cheese, what follows is foreordained; the mousetrap has no emotion, but what the mouse experiences next from the mousetrap, from the mouse\\\'s perspective, is a great and terrible wrath.

Occurrences in the GNT

InflectionLemmaUncontracted Form(s)ParsingTranslation(s)Verse(s)
ὀργὴὀργήοργ·η(fem) nom|voc sgwrath/anger (nom|voc)Lk 21:23, Jn 3:36, Rom 1:18, Rom 2:8, Eph 4:31, Eph 5:6, Col 3:6, 1Thes 2:16, Jas 1:20
ὀργήὀργήοργ·η(fem) nom|voc sgwrath/anger (nom|voc)Rom 2:8, Rv 11:18
ὀργῇὀργήοργ·ῃ(fem) dat sgwrath/anger (dat)Rom 12:19, Heb 3:11, Heb 4:3
ὀργὴνὀργήοργ·ην(fem) acc sgwrath/anger (acc)Rom 2:5, Rom 4:15, Rom 13:4
ὀργήνὀργήοργ·ην(fem) acc sgwrath/anger (acc)Rom 3:5, Rom 9:22, Rom 13:5, Col 3:8, 1Thes 5:9, Jas 1:19
ὀργῆςὀργήοργ·ης(fem) gen sgwrath/anger (gen)Mt 3:7, Mk 3:5, Lk 3:7, Rom 2:5, Rom 5:9, Rom 9:22, Eph 2:3, 1Thes 1:10, 1Tm 2:8, Rv 6:16, Rv 6:17, Rv 14:10, Rv 16:19, Rv 19:15

Inflections: 6
Total occurrences: 37

Occurrences in the LXX

InflectionLemmaUncontracted Form(s)ParsingTranslation(s)Verse(s)
ὀργαίὀργήοργ·αι(fem) nom|voc plwrath/angers (nom|voc)Ps 87:17
ὀργαῖςὀργήοργ·αις(fem) dat plwrath/angers (dat)2Mc 4:40
ὀργὰςὀργήοργ·ας(fem) acc plwrath/angers (acc)2Mc 4:25
ὀργάςὀργήοργ·ας(fem) acc plwrath/angers (acc)Prv 15:1, Prv 21:14
ὀργὴὀργήοργ·η(fem) nom|voc sgwrath/anger (nom|voc)Nm 12:9, Nm 16:22, Nm 17:11, Nm 25:4, Dt 29:19, JoB 9:20, 1Kgs 11:6, 2Kgs 24:1, 4Kgs 22:13, 4Kgs 23:26, 1Chr 27:24, 2Chr 12:12, 2Chr 19:2, 2Chr 19:10, 2Chr 24:18, 2Chr 25:15, 2Chr 28:9, 2Chr 28:11, 2Chr 28:13, 2Chr 32:25, 2Chr 32:26, 2Esd 7:23, 1Mc 1:64, 1Mc 2:49, 3Mc 6:22, Ps 29:6, Ps 77:21, Ps 77:31, Ode 5:20, Ode 12:5, Prv 15:1, Prv 17:25, Prv 27:3, Jb 14:13, Jb 32:5, Sir 5:6, Sir 5:7, Sir 7:16, Sir 10:18, Sir 16:11, Sir 25:22, Sir 26:8, PsSol 15:4, Zec 7:12, Is 7:4, Is 26:20, Is 30:27, Is 34:2, Is 59:19, Jer 7:20, Jer 23:19, Jer 28:11, Jer 37:23, Jer 37:24, Jer 43:7, Bar 1:13
ὀργήὀργήοργ·η(fem) nom|voc sgwrath/anger (nom|voc)JoB 22:18, JoB 22:20, Ps 75:8, Ps 88:47, Prv 27:4, Jb 3:26, Jb 5:2, Jb 9:22, Jb 18:4, Wsd 16:5, Wsd 18:20, Sir 16:6, Sir 27:30, Hos 14:5, Is 10:25, Jer 21:12, Jer 51:6, Ez 5:13, DnOG 9:16, DnOG 11:36, DnTh 9:16, DnTh 11:36
ὀργῇὀργήοργ·ῃ(fem) dat sgwrath/anger (dat)Gn 39:19, Ex 4:14, Ex 32:10, Ex 32:11, Nm 11:1, Nm 11:10, Dt 11:17, Dt 29:22, Dt 29:27, Dt 33:10, JoB 7:1, JgsA 9:30, JgsA 10:7, JgsA 14:19, 1Kgs 19:22, 1Kgs 20:30, 1Kgs 20:34, 2Kgs 12:5, 2Kgs 22:9, 4Kgs 1:18d, 1Chr 13:10, 2Chr 25:10, 2Chr 28:9, 2Chr 29:8, 1Mc 2:44, 2Mc 5:20, 3Mc 5:1, 3Mc 5:47, Ps 2:5, Ps 6:2, Ps 7:7, Ps 17:9, Ps 20:10, Ps 26:9, Ps 37:2, Ps 54:4, Ps 55:8, Ps 57:10, Ps 58:14, Ps 76:10, Ps 77:50, Ps 82:16, Ps 89:7, Ps 89:9, Ps 94:11, Ode 4:2, Jb 9:5, Jb 10:17, Jb 16:9, Jb 19:11, Jb 37:2, Jb 39:24, Jb 40:11, Wsd 10:3, Sir 36:8, Sir 45:18, PsSol 2:23, PsSol 17:12, Hos 13:11, Mi 5:14, Am 4:10, Na 1:6, Hb 3:2, Is 5:25, Is 58:13, Is 63:6, Jer 39:37, Jer 40:5, Lam 2:1, Lam 2:3, Lam 3:66, Ez 13:13, Ez 22:20, Ez 23:25, DnOG 3:13, DnOG 11:20, DnTh 2:12, DnTh 3:13
ὀργὴνὀργήοργ·ην(fem) acc sgwrath/anger (acc)Gn 27:45, Dt 9:19, Dt 32:19, Dt 32:27, 2Chr 29:10, 1Esd 8:21, 1Esd 9:13, 2Esd 10:14, 2Esd 23:18, 1Mc 3:8, 1Mc 15:36, 2Mc 7:38, Ps 7:12, Ps 34:20, Ps 77:38, Ps 77:49, Ps 105:23, Ps 137:7, Ode 2:19, Ode 2:27, Prv 12:16, Jb 35:15, Wsd 5:20, Wsd 18:23, Sir 28:10, Sir 39:23, Sir 47:20, Sir 48:10, PsSol 2:24, PsSol 16:10, Hos 11:9, Mi 7:9, Mi 7:18, Zep 2:2, Zep 3:8, Zec 1:2, Zec 1:15, Is 26:21, Is 42:25, Jer 25:17, Bar 4:9, DnOG 11:18
ὀργήνὀργήοργ·ην(fem) acc sgwrath/anger (acc)Ex 15:7, Jdt 9:9, Ps 68:25, Ps 78:6, Ps 84:4, Ps 84:6, Ode 1:7, Prv 29:8, Jb 6:2, Jb 9:13, Sir 16:11, Sir 23:16, Sir 28:3, Sir 36:6, Is 10:6, Is 60:10, Jer 39:31, Bar 2:20, Bar 4:25, Ez 5:13, Ez 6:12, Ez 7:5, Ez 20:8, Ez 20:21, Ez 21:36, Ez 25:14
ὀργῆςὀργήοργ·ης(fem) gen sgwrath/anger (gen)Ex 32:12, Nm 14:34, Nm 32:14, Dt 13:18, Dt 29:23, JoB 7:26, 1Kgs 28:18, 4Kgs 23:26, 2Chr 30:8, 2Chr 35:19c, Est 8:12x, 2Mc 8:5, 3Mc 6:23, 4Mc 9:32, Ps 9:25, Ps 17:16, Ps 36:8, Ps 37:4, Ps 54:22, Ps 68:25, Ps 84:4, Ps 89:11, Ps 101:11, Ps 109:5, Prv 16:32, Jb 3:17, Jb 4:9, Jb 14:1, Jb 17:7, Jb 20:23, Jb 20:28, Jb 21:17, Jb 21:30, Jb 31:11, Wsd 10:10, Wsd 11:9, Wsd 18:25, Sir 44:17, Sir 45:19, Jon 3:9, Na 1:6, Zep 1:15, Zep 1:18, Zep 2:3, Is 9:18, Is 10:5, Is 13:9, Is 13:13, Is 30:27, Is 30:30, Is 37:3, Jer 4:26, Jer 21:5, Jer 27:13, Jer 27:25, Jer 32:37, Lam 1:12, Lam 2:1, Lam 2:6, Lam 2:21, Lam 2:22, Lam 4:11, Ez 21:36, Ez 22:21, Ez 22:24, Ez 22:31, Ez 38:19, DnOG 8:6, DnOG 8:19, DnOG 9:26, DnTh 8:19

Inflections: 10
Total occurrences: 303

ὀργή, -ῆς, ἡ wrath/anger (n.) natural impulse, always of anger
ὀργίζω to be/make-angry (v.) ,from "ὀργή"(settled-anger/wrath), hence to-anger, be/feel-angry, make-angry.
ὀργίλος -η -ον short-tempered (adj.)
παρ+οργίζω to provoke to-anger (v.) [Lit: make close-beside anger]
παρ·οργισμός, -οῦ, ὁ anger (n.)

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