Injure, Injurious, Injury - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
Injure, Injurious, Injury[ A-1,Verb,G91, adikeo ]
akin to Nos. 2 and 3, under INIQUITY, is usually translated either to hurt," or by some form of the verb "to do wrong." In the AV of Galatians 4:12, it is rendered "ye have (not) injured me," which the RV corrects, both in tense and meaning, to "ye did (me no) wrong." See HURT.
[ B-1,Adjective,G5197, hubristes ]
"a violent, insolent man" (akin to C), is translated "insolent" in Romans 1:30, RV, for AV, "despiteful;" in 1 Timothy 1:13, "injurious." See DESPITEFUL, INSOLENT.
[ C-1,Noun,G5196, hubris ]
See HARM, A, No. 4.