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κρισις • KRISIS • krisis

κρίσις, -εως, ἡ

Noun (Fem. 3rd Decl.)

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

κρίσις

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Occurrences in the GNT

InflectionLemmaUncontracted Form(s)ParsingTranslation(s)Verse(s)
κρίσεικρίσιςκρισ(ι)·ι(fem) dat sgjudgment (dat)Mt 5:21, Mt 5:22, Mt 12:41, Mt 12:42, Lk 10:14, Lk 11:31, Lk 11:32
κρίσειςκρίσιςκρισ(ι)·ες, κρισ(ι)·ας(fem) nom|voc pl, (fem) acc pljudgments (acc, nom|voc)Rv 16:7, Rv 19:2
κρίσεωςκρίσιςκρισ(ι)·ος(fem) gen sgjudgment (gen)Mt 10:15, Mt 11:22, Mt 11:24, Mt 12:36, Mt 23:33, Mk 3:29, Mk 6:11, Jn 5:29, Jn 16:8, Jn 16:11, 2Thes 1:5, Heb 10:27, Jas 2:13, 2Pt 2:9, 2Pt 3:7, 1Jn 4:17, Rv 14:7
κρίσινκρίσιςκρισ(ι)·ν(fem) acc sgjudgment (acc)Mt 12:18, Mt 12:20, Mt 23:23, Lk 11:42, Jn 5:22, Jn 5:24, Jn 5:27, Jn 7:24, 1Tm 5:24, Jas 5:12, 2Pt 2:4, 2Pt 2:11, Jude 1:6, Jude 1:9, Jude 1:15
κρίσιςκρίσιςκρισ(ι)·ς(fem) nom sgjudgment (nom)Jn 3:19, Jn 5:30, Jn 8:16, Jn 12:31, Acts 8:33, Heb 9:27, Jas 2:13, Rv 18:10

Inflections: 5
Total occurrences: 50

Occurrences in the LXX

InflectionLemmaUncontracted Form(s)ParsingTranslation(s)Verse(s)
κρίσεικρίσιςκρισ(ι)·ι(fem) dat sgjudgment (dat)Ex 6:6, Ex 23:3, Ex 23:6, Lv 19:15, Lv 19:35, Dt 1:17, Dt 17:8, 1Esd 4:39, 2Mc 7:36, 3Mc 2:22, Ps 1:5, Ps 9:8, Ps 24:9, Ps 34:23, Ps 71:2, Ps 111:5, Ode 7:28, Ode 7:31, Prv 16:10, Prv 18:5, Prv 24:23, Qoh 11:9, Qoh 12:14, Jb 35:2, Wsd 8:11, Wsd 16:18, Sir 11:9, Sir 16:26, PsSol 4:2, PsSol 17:3, Mal 3:5, Is 32:7, Jer 4:2, Jer 10:24, DnOG 3:28, DnOG 3:31, DnTh 3:28, DnTh 3:31
κρίσειςκρίσιςκρισ(ι)·ες, κρισ(ι)·ας(fem) nom|voc pl, (fem) acc pljudgments (acc, nom|voc)Ex 15:25, Ex 28:30, Lv 25:18, Dt 4:5, Dt 4:14, Dt 11:1, Dt 11:32, Dt 12:1, Dt 30:10, Dt 30:16, Dt 32:4, TbBA 3:5, TbS 3:5, Ode 7:27, Prv 6:19, Prv 15:18a, Prv 19:28, Prv 28:2, Prv 30:33, Wsd 17:1, Sir 29:19, Is 58:4, DnOG 3:27, DnTh 3:27, SusOG 1:6, SusOG 1:53, SusTh 1:53
κρίσεωνκρίσιςκρισ(ι)·ων(fem) gen pljudgments (gen)Ex 28:15
κρίσεωςκρίσιςκρισ(ι)·ος(fem) gen sgjudgment (gen)Gn 14:7, Ex 28:29, Ex 28:29a, Ex 28:30, Nm 27:11, Dt 17:8, 2Chr 19:6, Est 10:3h, Jdt 16:17, TbS 1:18, 2Mc 9:4, Prv 6:34, Prv 26:17, Qoh 3:16, Qoh 8:5, Wsd 9:5, Sir 18:20, Sir 33:30, Sir 45:10, PsSol 15:12, Is 1:21, Is 4:4, Is 28:6, Is 32:1, Is 33:5, Is 34:5, Is 34:8, Jer 1:16, Jer 17:11, Jer 52:9
κρίσινκρίσιςκρισ(ι)·ν(fem) acc sgjudgment (acc)Gn 18:19, Gn 18:25, Gn 19:9, Ex 18:15, Ex 23:2, Nm 27:5, Nm 27:21, Nm 35:12, Dt 10:18, Dt 16:18, Dt 16:19, Dt 17:9, Dt 17:11, Dt 24:17, Dt 25:1, Dt 27:19, Dt 33:21, JoB 20:3, JoB 20:9, JoB 24:25, JgsB 4:5, 1Kgs 24:16, 1Kgs 25:39, 2Kgs 15:2, 2Kgs 15:6, 4Kgs 17:34, 4Kgs 25:6, 1Chr 6:17, 1Chr 23:31, 1Chr 24:19, 2Chr 8:14, 2Chr 19:8, 2Chr 19:10, 2Chr 35:13, Est 1:13, Est 8:12r, TbBA 3:2, TbBA 7:12, TbS 6:13, TbS 7:12, TbS 7:13, TbS 7:14, 1Mc 6:22, 1Mc 8:32, 2Mc 7:35, 2Mc 14:18, 2Mc 14:38, 2Mc 15:20, Ps 9:5, Ps 32:5, Ps 36:28, Ps 36:30, Ps 75:9, Ps 75:10, Ps 93:15, Ps 98:4, Ps 100:1, Ps 105:3, Ps 118:84, Ps 118:154, Ps 121:5, Ps 139:13, Ps 142:2, Ode 10:7, Prv 22:23, Prv 23:11, Jb 9:32, Jb 13:6, Jb 22:4, Jb 34:4, Jb 34:12, Jb 40:2, Wsd 5:18, Wsd 9:3, Wsd 12:25, Wsd 12:26, Sir 3:2, Sir 33:13, Sir 35:18, Sir 35:23, Sir 38:16, Mi 6:2, Mal 3:5, Is 1:17, Is 1:23, Is 1:24, Is 3:13, Is 3:14, Is 5:7, Is 10:2, Is 11:4, Is 28:6, Is 28:17, Is 33:15, Is 35:4, Is 40:14, Is 40:27, Is 41:1, Is 42:1, Is 42:3, Is 42:4, Is 49:25, Is 51:7, Is 54:17, Is 56:1, Is 58:2, Is 59:11, Is 59:14, Is 63:1, Jer 5:4, Jer 5:5, Jer 5:28, Jer 7:5, Jer 22:3, Jer 22:16, Jer 27:34, Jer 37:13, EpJer 1:53, EpJer 1:63, Lam 3:35, Lam 3:59, Ez 39:21, Ez 44:24, DnOG 2:9, DnOG 2:36, DnOG 4:28, DnOG 7:16, DnOG 7:22
κρίσιςκρίσιςκρισ(ι)·ς(fem) nom sgjudgment (nom)Ex 22:8, Ex 24:14, Dt 1:17, Dt 17:8, Dt 18:3, Dt 19:6, JgsB 13:12, JgsB 18:7, 2Kgs 15:2, 2Kgs 15:4, 4Kgs 1:7, 2Chr 20:9, 2Esd 3:4, Jdt 9:6, 1Mc 7:18, 2Mc 4:43, 2Mc 9:18, Ps 110:7, Ps 118:137, Ode 2:4, Prv 23:29, Qoh 8:6, Wsd 6:5, Sir 25:4, Hos 4:1, Hos 12:3, Mi 6:2, Hb 1:3, Is 26:8, Is 41:21, Is 49:4, Is 51:4, Is 53:8, Is 59:4, Is 59:8, Is 59:9, Is 59:15, Jer 31:21, Jer 32:31, Jer 33:11, Jer 33:16, DnOG 2:45, DnOG 4:23, DnOG 7:26, DnTh 4:37

Inflections: 6
Total occurrences: 277

ἀ·διά·κριτος -ον impartial (adj.)
ἀ·κατά·κριτος -ον without due process (adj.)
ἀνα+κρίνω to cross-examine (v.)
ἀνά·κρισις, -εως, ἡ interrogation (n.) questioning, inquisition .
ἀντ·απο+κρίνομαι to rejoin (v.)
ἀν·υπό·κριτος -ον unhypocritical/without affectation (adj.) without (pretense, dissembling, deceit, dishonesty, duplicity, lying, guile, subterfuge, feigning, shamming, faking, bluff, bluffing, posturing hypocrisy)
ἀπό·κριμα, -ατος, τό response (n.) [= κατάκριμα: condemnation, judgement; ψήφῳ: pebble used in voting (Hesyc.)]
ἀπο+κρίνομαι to answer (v.) Lit:"judge/decide-from", hence involves a response that requires some thinking/consideration/decision. Usually rendered "answer" (in response to a question/inquiry)
ἀπό·κρισις, -εως, ἡ answer (n.)
ἀ·σύγ·κριτος[1] -ον [EXTRA] uncomparable (adj.)
Ἀσύγκριτος[2], -ου, ὁ Asyncritus (n.)
αὐτο·κατά·κριτος -ον self-condemned (adj.)
δια+κρίνω to discriminate(pos) doubt(neg) (v.) Lit:"judge-from-side-to-side", hence thoroughly-discern/decide/distinguish/judge/separate, or doubt(neg).
διά·κρισις, -εως, ἡ differentiation (n.)
δικαιο·κρισία, -ας, ἡ just-judgement (n.)
ἐγ+κρίνω to equate (v.) [reckon/regard as]
ἐπι+κρίνω to to decide determine (v.)
κατά·κριμα, -ατος, τό punishment (n.) fine, damage, condemnation
κατα+κρίνω to condemn (v.) Lit:"judge-down", hence condemn/decree-against/sentence-guilty (after judicial process)
κατά·κρισις, -εως, ἡ condemnation (n.)
κρίμα, -ατος, τό judgment (n.) /decision/determination/sentence, decree, resolution. Distinct from "καταδικάζω", down-justify and "κατακρίνω", down-judge/condemn) LXX: justice, ordinances/statutes
κρίσις, -εως, ἡ judgment (n.) /decision, turning point, sudden change, crisis, estimation, conceit
κριτήριον, -ου, τό court (n.) [see criterion]
κριτής, -οῦ, ὁ judge (n.) [see critic]
πρό·κριμα, -ατος, τό prejudgement (n.)
συγ+κρίνω to compare (v.)
συν·υπο+κρίνομαι to be-hypocritical-with (v.) Lit:"under-judging-together-with", hence, pretend-with, be-under-pretense-with, be-hypocritical-with" (+Dat)
ὑπο+κρίνομαι to hypocrite (v.)
ὑπό·κρισις, -εως, ἡ hypocrisy (n.) υποκρισις means a pretense outwardly of what one is not inwardly or something done to be seen by men, rather than God. The term originated in the Greek theater, where it came to mean "acting in a play," hence "pretending to be what one is
ὑπο·κριτής, -οῦ, ὁ hypocrite (n.) dissembler; detractor, delator (informer); certator [αγωνισται=οι ὑποκριται (Hesyc.)];
κρίνω to judge (v.) /decide, assess/determine, discriminate/separate. Also LXX: contend, avenge/vindicate, decree.

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