Ruin - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words

Ruin

[ 1,,G4485, rhegma ]
akin to rhegnumi, to break," denotes "a cleavage, fracture" (so in the Sept., e.g., 1 Kings 11:30-31); by metonymy, that which is broken, "a ruin," Luke 6:49.

[ 2,,G2690, katestrammena ]
the neuter plural, perfect participle, Passive, of katastrepho, "to overturn," is translated "ruins" in Acts 15:16; cp. DIG, No. 3. See OVERTHROW.

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