Harm - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words


[ A-1,Noun,G2556, kakos ]
evil," is rendered "harm" in Acts 16:28; Acts 28:5. See EVIL.

[ A-2,Noun,G4190, poneros ]
"evil," generally of a more malignant sort than No. 1, is translated "harm" in Acts 28:21. See EVIL.

[ A-3,Noun,G824, atopos ]

[ A-4,Noun,G5196, hubris ]
primarily denotes "wantonness, insolence;" then, "an act of wanton violence, an outrage, injury," 2 Corinthians 12:10, RV, "injuries," AV, "reproaches" (more than reproach is conveyed by the term); metaphorically of a loss by sea, Acts 27:10, RV, "injury," AV, "hurt," and Acts 27:21, RV, "injury," AV, "harm." See HURT, INJURY, REPROACH.

[ B-1,Verb,G2559, kakoo ]
"to do evil to a person" (akin to A, No. 1), is rendered "harm" in 1 Peter 3:13, and in the RV of Acts 18:10 (AV, "hurt"). See AFFECT, EVIL.

[ B-2,Verb,G2554, kakopoieo ]
"to do harm" (A, No. 1, and poieo, "to do"), is so rendered in the RV of Mark 3:4; Luke 6:9 (AV, "to do evil"), with reference to the moral character of what is done; in 1 Peter 3:17, "evil doing;" 3 John 1:11, "doeth evil."

Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words