Indignation - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words


[ A-1,Noun,G24, aganaktesis ]
is rendered indignation" in 2 Corinthians 7:11. See ANGER, A, Note


(1) Orge, "wrath," is translated "indignation" in Revelation 14:10, AV; RV, "anger." See ANGER, A, No. 1.

(2) For thumos, See ANGER, A, Notes

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(3) In Acts 5:17, the AV translates zelos by "indignation" (RV "jealous"); in Hebrews 10:27, AV. "indignation" (RV "fierceness;" marg., "jealousy"). See JEALOUSY.

[ B-1,Verb,G23, aganakteo ]
"to be indignant, to be moved with indignation" (from agan, "much," achomai, "to grieve"), is translated "were moved with indignation" of the ten disciples against James and John, Matthew 20:24; in Mark 10:41, RV (AV, "they began to be much displeased"); in Matthew 21:15, of the chief priests and scribes, against Christ and the children, RV, "they were moved with indignation" (AV, "they were sore displeased"); in Matthew 26:8, of the disciples against the woman who anointed Christ's feet, "they had indignation;" so Mark 14:4; in Mark 10:14, of Christ, against the disciples, for rebuking the children, "He was moved with indignation," RV (AV, "he was much displeased"); in Luke 13:14, of the ruler of the synagogue against Christ for healing on the Sabbath, "being moved with indignation," RV, AV, "(answered) with indignation." See ANGER, B, Note

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