G2551 κακολογέω - Strong's Greek Lexicon Number

LSJ Gloss:
κακολογέω
to speak ill of, to revile, abuse
Dodson:
κακολογέω
I speak evil of, curse
I speak evil of, curse, revile, abuse.
Strong's:
κακολογέω
to revile
Derivation: from a compound of G2556 and G3056;

KJV Usage: curse, speak evil of.

G2556 G3056
TBESG:
κακολογέω
to curse/revile
G:V
κακολογέω, -ῶ
(< κακολόγος, slanderous), [in LXX:
Refs Exo.21:16 22:28, 1Ki.3:13, Pro.20:20, Eze.22:7
(קָלַל pi., hi.), 2Ma.4:1 * ;]
to speak ill of, revile, abuse: with accusative of person(s), Refs Mrk.9:39; with accusative of thing(s), Act.19:9.†
(AS)
Thayer:
1) to speak evil of, revile, abuse, one
2) to curse


κακολογέω
kakologeō
kak-ol-og-eh'-o
From a compound of G2556 nad G3056; to revile

KJV Usage: curse, speak evil of.


View how G2551 κακολογέω is used in the Bible

4 occurrences of G2551 κακολογέω

Matthew 15:4 He that curseth
Mark 7:10 Whoever curseth
Mark 9:39 speak evil
Acts 19:9 but spoke evil

Distinct usage

1 He that curseth
1 Whoever curseth
1 but spoke evil
1 speak evil

Corresponding Hebrew Words

kakologeo H7043 qalal pi., hi.


Related words

G2551 κακολογέω

G2556 κακός

κακός
kakos
kak-os'
Apparently a primary word; worthless (intrinsically such; whereas G4190 properly refers to effects), that is, (subjectively) depraved, or (objectively) injurious

KJV Usage: bad, evil, harm, ill, noisome, wicked.


G172 ἄκακος
ἄκακος
akakos
ak'-ak-os
From G1 (as a negative particle) and G2556; not bad, that is, (objectively) innocent or (subjectively) unsuspecting

KJV Usage: harmless, simple.


G420 ἀνεξίκακος
ἀνεξίκακος
anexikakos
an-ex-ik'-ak-os
From G430 and G2556; enduring of ill, that is, forbearing

KJV Usage: patient.


G1573 ἐκκακέω
ἐκκακέω
ekkakeō
ek-kak-eh'-o
From G1537 and G2556; to be (bad or) weak, that is, (by implication) to fail (in heart)

KJV Usage: faint, be weary.


G2276 ἥττον
ἥττον
hētton
hate'-ton
Neuter of a compound of ἧκα hēka ( slightly) used for that of G2556; worse (as noun); by implication less (as adverb)

KJV Usage: less, worse.


G2549 κακία
κακία
kakia
kak-ee'-ah
From G2556; badness, that is, (subjectively) depravity, or (actively) malignity, or (passively) trouble

KJV Usage: evil, malice (-iousness), naughtiness, wickedness.


G2550 κακοήθεια
κακοήθεια
kakoētheia
kak-o-ay'-thi-ah
From a compound of G2556 and G2239; bad character, that is, (specifically) mischievousness

KJV Usage: malignity.


G2552 κακοπάθεια
κακοπάθεια
kakopatheia
kak-op-ath'-i-ah
From a compound of G2556 and G3806; hardship

KJV Usage: suffering affliction.


G2555 κακοποιός
κακοποιός
kakopoios
kak-op-oy-os'
From G2556 and G4160; a bad doer; (specifically) a criminal

KJV Usage: evil-doer, malefactor.


G2557 κακοῦργος
κακοῦργος
kakourgos
kak-oor'-gos
From G2556 and the base of G2041; a wrong doer, that is, criminal

KJV Usage: evil-doer, malefactor.


G2558 κακουχέω
κακουχέω
kakoucheō
kak-oo-kheh'-o
From a presumed compound of G2556 and G2192; to maltreat

KJV Usage: which suffer adversity, torment.


G2559 κακόω
κακόω
kakoō
kak-o'-o
From G2556; to injure; figuratively to exasperate

KJV Usage: make evil affected, entreat evil, harm, hurt, vex.


G2560 κακῶς
κακῶς
kakōs
kak-oce'
Adverb from G2556; badly (physically or morally)

KJV Usage: amiss, diseased, evil, grievously, miserably, sick, sore.


G4190 πονηρός
πονηρός
ponēros
pon-ay-ros'
From a derivative of G4192; hurtful, that is, evil (properly in effect or influence, and thus differing from G2556, which refers rather to essential character, as well as from G4550, which indicates degeneracy from original virtue); figuratively calamitous; also (passively) ill, that is, diseased; but especially (morally) culpable, that is, derelict, vicious, facinorous; neuter (singular) mischief, malice, or (plural) guilt; masculine (singular) the devil, or (plural) sinners

KJV Usage: bad, evil, grievous, harm, lewd, malicious, wicked (-ness). See also G4191.


G5501 χείρων
χείρων
cheirōn
khi'-rone
Irregular compound of G2556; from an obsolete equivalent χέρης cherēs (of uncertain derivation); more evil or aggravated (physically, mentally or morally)

KJV Usage: sorer, worse.


G5800
Greek Synonym Index ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Strong's No. Definition No.
~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~~
{ G25} agapao { [G5914]}
{ G40} agios { [G5878]}
{ G51} agnoema { [G5879]}
{ G53} agnos { [G5878]}
{ G97} adolos { [G5880]}
{ G126} aidos { [G5801]}
{ G127} aidos { [G5882]}
{ G139} airesis { [G5916]}
{ G148} aischrologia { [G5881]}
{ G152} aischyne { [G5882]}
{ G154} aiteo { [G5802] [G5920]}
{ G155} aitema { [G5883]}
{ G156} aitia { [G5884]}
{ G157} aitiama { [G5803]}
{ G165} aion { [G5921]}
{ G166} aionios { [G5801]}
{ G172} akakos { [G5880]}
{ G185} akeraios { [G5880]}
{ G213} alazon { [G5885]}
{ G214} alalazo { [G5804]}
{ G218} aleipho { [G5805]}
{ G243} allos { [G5806]}
{ G260} ama { [G5807]}
{ G262} amarantinos { [G5886]}
{ G263} amarantos { [G5886]}
{ G265} amartema { [G5879]}
{ G266} amartia { [G5879]}
{ G273} amemptos { [G5887]}
{ G283} amiantos { [G5896]}
{ G293} amphiblestron { [G5808]}
{ G299} amomos { [G5887]}
{ G342} anakainosis { [G5888]}
{ G364} anamnesis { [G5809]}
{ G372} anapausis { [G5810] [G5922]}
{ G410} anenkletos { [G5887]}
{ G417} anemos { [G5923]}
{ G423} anepileptos { [G5887]}
{ G425} anesis { [G5810] [G5922]}
{ G443} anthropoktonos { [G5811] [G5889]}
{ G458} anomia { [G5879]}
{ G499} antitypos { [G5919]}
{ G500} antichristos { [G5890]}
{ G573} aplous { [G5880]}
{ G601} apokalypto { [G5812]}
{ G649} apostello { [G5813]}
{ G692} argos { [G5814]}
{ G737} arti { [G5815]}
{ G744} archaios { [G5816] [G5924]}
{ G754} architelones { [G5942]}
{ G763} asebeia { [G5879]}
{ G766} aselgeia { [G5891]}
{ G786} aspondos { [G5892]}
{ G791} asteios { [G5893]}
{ G802} asynthetos { [G5892]}
{ G810} asotia { [G5891]}
{ G827} auge { [G5817]}
{ G840} austeros { [G5925]}
{ G862} aphthartos { [G5886]}
{ G887} achlys { [G5926]}
{ G898} bathmos { [G5818]}
{ G922} baros { [G5819]}
{ G970} bia { [G5820]}
{ G979} bios { [G5821]}
{ G991} blepo { [G5822]}
{ G994} boao { [G5823]}
{ G1006} bosko { [G5824]}
{ G1014} boulomai { [G5915]}
{ G1021} bradys { [G5814]}
{ G1097} ginosko { [G5825]}
{ G1105} gnophos { [G5926]}
{ G1108} gnosis { [G5826] [G5894]}
{ G1145} dakryo { [G5804]}
{ G1155} daneizo { [G5827]}
{ G1162} deesis { [G5828] [G5883]}
{ G1163} dei { [G5829] [G5940]}
{ G1167} deilia { [G5835]}
{ G1175} deisidaimon { [G5895]}
{ G1189} deomai { [G5802]}
{ G1203} despotes { [G5830]}
{ G1209} dechomai { [G5877]}
{ G1212} delos { [G5812]}
{ G1213} deloo { [G5831]}
{ G1218} demos { [G5832] [G5927]}
{ G1238} diadema { [G5833]}
{ G1249} diakonos { [G5834] [G5928]}
{ G1271} dianoia { [G5917]}
{ G1323} didrachmon { [G5941]}
{ G1325} didomi { [G5836]}
{ G1348} dikastes { [G5838]}
{ G1350} diktyon { [G5808]}
{ G1378} dogma { [G5918]}
{ G1380} dokeo { [G5837]}
{ G1389} doloo { [G5929]}
{ G1390} doma { [G5839]}
{ G1394} dosis { [G5839]}
{ G1401} doulos { [G5928]}
{ G1402} douloo { [G5834]}
{ G1411} dynamis { [G5820]}
{ G1431} dorea { [G5839]}
{ G1433} doreomai { [G5836]}
{ G1435} doron { [G5839]}
{ G1462} enklema { [G5803]}
{ G1484} ethnos { [G5927]}
{ G1492} eido { [G5825]}
{ G1506} eilikrines { [G5840] [G5896]}
{ G1577} ekklesia { [G5897]}
{ G1605} ekplesso { [G5841]}
{ G1650} elenchos { [G5884]}
{ G1651} elencho { [G5884]}
{ G1653} eleeo { [G5842]}
{ G1656} eleos { [G5913]}
{ G1718} emphanizo { [G5831]}
{ G1753} energeia { [G5820]}
{ G1763} eniautos { [G5843]}
{ G1781} entellomai { [G5844]}
{ G1783} enteuxis { [G5828] [G5883]}
{ G1785} entole { [G5918]}
{ G1791} entrope { [G5882]}
{ G1849} exousia { [G5820]}
{ G1922} epignosis { [G5894]}
{ G1932} epieikeia { [G5899]}
{ G1939} epithymia { [G5845] [G5906]}
{ G1987} epistamai { [G5825]}
{ G2008} epitimao { [G5884]}
{ G2064} erchomai { [G5818]}
{ G2065} erotao { [G5802] [G5920]}
{ G2087} eteros { [G5806]}
{ G2094} etos { [G5843]}
{ G2124} eulabeia { [G5835]}
{ G2126} eulabes { [G5895]}
{ G2152} eusebes { [G5895]}
{ G2160} eutrapelia { [G5881]}
{ G2169} eucharistia { [G5883]}
{ G2171} euche { [G5883]}
{ G2217} zophos { [G5926]}
{ G2222} zoe { [G5821]}
{ G2226} zoon { [G5846] [G5930]}
{ G2233} egeomai { [G5837]}
{ G2235} ede { [G5815]}
{ G2270} esychazo { [G5847]}
{ G2275} ettema { [G5879]}
{ G2281} thalassa { [G5931]}
{ G2300} theaomai { [G5848]}
{ G2305} theiotes { [G5849]}
{ G2309} thelo { [G5915]}
{ G2318} theosebes { [G5895]}
{ G2320} theotes { [G5849]}
{ G2324} therapon { [G5834] [G5928]}
{ G2334} theoreo { [G5848]}
{ G2342} therion { [G5846] [G5930]}
{ G2347} thlipsis { [G5907]}
{ G2352} thrauo { [G5850]}
{ G2354} threneo { [G5804] [G5932]}
{ G2357} threskos { [G5895]}
{ G2359} thrix { [G5851]}
{ G2366} thyella { [G5923]}
{ G2397} idea { [G5933]}
{ G2411} ieros { [G5878]}
{ G2428} iketeria { [G5883]}
{ G2440} imation { [G5934]}
{ G2441} imatismos { [G5934]}
{ G2479} ischys { [G5820]}
{ G2513} katharos { [G5840] [G5896]}
{ G2537} kainos { [G5852] [G5935]}
{ G2540} kairos { [G5853]}
{ G2549} kakia { [G5855]}
{ G2556} kakos { [G5908]}
{ G2564} kaleo { [G5823]}
{ G2570} kalos { [G5893]}
{ G2585} kapeleuo { [G5929]}
{ G2608} katagnymi { [G5850]}
{ G2723} kategoreo { [G5803]}
{ G2730} katoikeo { [G5854]}
{ G2753} keleuo { [G5844]}
{ G2766} keramos { [G5858]}
{ G2778} kensos { [G5941]}
{ G2799} klaio { [G5804]}
{ G2812} kleptes { [G5856]}
{ G2830} klydon { [G5857]}
{ G2851} kolasis { [G5859] [G5909]}
{ G2864} kome { [G5851]}
{ G2873} kopos { [G5860] [G5936]}
{ G2875} koptomai { [G5932]}
{ G2889} kosmos { [G5921]}
{ G2894} kophinos { [G5939]}
{ G2896} krazo { [G5823]}
{ G2897} kraipale { [G5937]}
{ G2904} kratos { [G5820]}
{ G2905} kraugazo { [G5823]}
{ G2923} krites { [G5838]}
{ G2949} kyma { [G5857]}
{ G2962} kyrios { [G5830]}
{ G2970} komos { [G5937]}
{ G2978} lailaps { [G5923]}
{ G2983} lambano { [G5877]}
{ G2992} laos { [G5832] [G5927]}
{ G3027} lestes { [G5856]}
{ G3076} lypeomai { [G5932]}
{ G3115} makrothymia { [G5861]}
{ G3163} mache { [G5938]}
{ G3178} methe { [G5937]}
{ G3338} metamellomai { [G5862]}
{ G3339} metamorpeoo { [G5863]}
{ G3340} metanoeo { [G5862]}
{ G3345} metaschematizo { [G5863]}
{ G3392} miaino { [G5864] [G5910]}
{ G3396} mignymi { [G5858]}
{ G3435} molyno { [G5864] [G5910]}
{ G3444} morphe { [G5865] [G5933]}
{ G3449} mochthos { [G5860] [G5936]}
{ G3473} morologia { [G5881]}
{ G3501} neos { [G5852] [G5935]}
{ G3507} nephele { [G5866]}
{ G3509} nephos { [G5866]}
{ G3543} nomizo { [G5837]}
{ G3551} nomos { [G5918]}
{ G3563} nous { [G5917]}
{ G3568} nyn { [G5815]}
{ G3576} nothros { [G5814]}
{ G3591} onkos { [G5819]}
{ G3602} odyrmos { [G5804]}
{ G3610} oiketes { [G5928]}
{ G3614} oikia { [G5867]}
{ G3624} oikos { [G5867] [G5944]}
{ G3628} oiktirmos { [G5842] [G5913]}
{ G3632} oinophlygia { [G5937]}
{ G3633} oiomai { [G5837]}
{ G3674} omou { [G5807]}
{ G3708} orao { [G5822]}
{ G3715} orexis { [G5906]}
{ G3730} orme { [G5906]}
{ G3741} osios { [G5878]}
{ G3784} opheilei { [G5940]}
{ G3793} ochlos { [G5927]}
{ G3806} pathos { [G5845] [G5906]}
{ G3808} paidarion { [G5868] [G5943]}
{ G3813} paidion { [G5868] [G5943]}
{ G3814} paidiske { [G5868] [G5943]}
{ G3816} pais { [G5868] [G5943]}
{ G3820} palaios { [G5816] [G5924]}
{ G3824} palingenesia { [G5888]}
{ G3831} panegyris { [G5897]}
{ G3847} parabasis { [G5879]}
{ G3853} parangello { [G5844]}
{ G3876} parakoe { [G5879]}
{ G3892} paranomia { [G5879]}
{ G3900} paraptoma { [G5879]}
{ G3939} paroikeo { [G5854]}
{ G3965} patria { [G5944]}
{ G3967} patrikos { [G5869]}
{ G3971} patroos { [G5869]}
{ G3989} pelagos { [G5931]}
{ G3992} pempo { [G5813]}
{ G3993} penes { [G5870]}
{ G3996} pentheo { [G5932]}
{ G4151} pneuma { [G5923]}
{ G4157} pnoe { [G5923]}
{ G4158} poderes { [G5934]}
{ G4160} poieo { [G5871\ [G5911]}
{ G4165} poimaino { [G5824]}
{ G4171} polemos { [G5938]}
{ G4189} poneria { [G5855]}
{ G4190} poneros { [G5908]}
{ G4192} ponos { [G5860] [G5936]}
{ G4198} poreuomai { [G5818]}
{ G4224} potos { [G5937]}
{ G4236} praotes { [G5898] [G5899]}
{ G4238} prasso { [G5871] [G5911]}
{ G4335} proseuche { [G5828] [G5883]}
{ G4422} ptoeo { [G5841]}
{ G4434} ptochos { [G5870]}
{ G4486} regnymi { [G5850]}
{ G4522} sagene { [G5808]}
{ G4559} sarkikos { [G5912]}
{ G4560} sarkinos { [G5912]}
{ G4586} semnos { [G5878]}
{ G4601} sigao { [G5847]}
{ G4607} sikarios { [G5811] [G5889]}
{ G4623} siopao { [G5847]}
{ G4642} skleros { [G5925]}
{ G4648} skopeo { [G5822]}
{ G4655} skotos { [G5926]}
{ G4678} sophia { [G5826] [G5894]}
{ G4680} sophos { [G5872]}
{ G4711} spyris { [G5939]}
{ G4727} stenazo { [G5804]}
{ G4730} stenochoria { [G5907]}
{ G4735} stephanos { [G5833]}
{ G4749} stole { [G5934]}
{ G4832} symmorphos { [G5873]}
{ G4864} synagoge { [G5897]}
{ G4907} synesis { [G5826]}
{ G4908} synetos { [G5872]}
{ G4920} syniemi { [G5825]}
{ G4964} syschematizo { [G5873]}
{ G4976} schema { [G5865] [G5933]}
{ G4978} schisma { [G5916]}
{ G4997} sophrosyne { [G5882]}
{ G5012} tapeinophrosyne { [G5898]}
{ G5021} tasso { [G5844]}
{ G5043} teknon { [G5868] [G5943]}
{ G5056} telos { [G5941]}
{ G5057} telones { [G5942]}
{ G5083} tereo { [G5874]}
{ G5098} timoria { [G5859] [G5909]}
{ G5117} topos { [G5875]}
{ G5141} tremo { [G5841]}
{ G5179} typos { [G5919]}
{ G5197} ybristes { [G5885]}
{ G5207} yios { [G5868] [G5943]}
{ G5215} ymnos { [G5876]}
{ G5244} yperephanos { [G5885]}
{ G5257} yperetes { [G5834] [G5928]}
{ G5280} ypomnesis { [G5809]}
{ G5281} ypomone { [G5861]}
{ G5316} phaino { [G5837]}
{ G5319} phaneroo { [G5812]}
{ G5337} phaulos { [G5908]}
{ G5338} phengos { [G5817]}
{ G5368} phileo { [G5914]}
{ G5398} phoberos { [G5835]}
{ G5399} phobeo { [G5841]}
{ G5406} phoneus { [G5811] [G5889]}
{ G5411} phoros { [G5941]}
{ G5413} phortion { [G5819]}
{ G5428} phronesis { [G5826] [G5894]}
{ G5429} phronimos { [G5872]}
{ G5442} phylasso { [G5874]}
{ G5443} phyle { [G5944]}
{ G5457} phos { [G5817]}
{ G5509} chiton { [G5934]}
{ G5511} chlamys { [G5934]}
{ G5531} chrao { [G5827]}
{ G5534} chre { [G5829]}
{ G5548} chrio { [G5805]}
{ G5550} chronos { [G5853]}
{ G5561} chora { [G5875]}
{ G5562} choreo { [G5818]}
{ G5564} chorion { [G5875]}
{ G5568} psalmos { [G5876]}
{ G5580} pseudochristos { [G5890]}
{ G5591} psychikos { [G5912]}
{ G5603} ode { [G5876]}
{ G5611} oraios { [G5893

G5908
Bad, Evil. See Definition for kakos { [G2556]}
See Definition for poneros { [G4190]}
See Definition for phaulos { [G5337]}

These words may be used with very little distinction of meaning, but
often the difference is marked. kakos frequently means evil
rather negatively, referring to the absence of the qualities which
constitute a person or thing what it should be or what it claims to
be. It is also used meaning evil in a moral sense. It is a general
antithesis to agathos.

poneros is a word at once stronger and more active, it means
mischief-making, delighting in injury, doing evil to others,
dangerous, destructive. kakos describes the quality according to
its nature, poneros, according to its effects.

phaulos is the bad chiefly as the worthless, the good for
nothing.

G3056 λόγος

λόγος
logos
log'-os
From G3004; something said (including the thought); by implication a topic (subject of discourse), also reasoning (the mental faculty) or motive; by extension a computation; specifically (with the article in John) the Divine Expression (that is, Christ)

KJV Usage: account, cause, communication, X concerning, doctrine, fame, X have to do, intent, matter, mouth, preaching, question, reason, + reckon, remove, say (-ing), shew, X speaker, speech, talk, thing, + none of these things move me, tidings, treatise, utterance, word, work.


G148 αἰσχρολογία
αἰσχρολογία
aischrologia
ahee-skhrol-og-ee'-ah
From G150 and G3056; vile conversation

KJV Usage: filthy communication.


G249 ἄλογος
ἄλογος
alogos
al'-og-os
From G1 (as a negative particle) and G3056; irrational

KJV Usage: brute, unreasonable.


G356 ἀναλογία
ἀναλογία
analogia
an-al-og-ee'-ah
From a compound of G303 and G3056; proportion

KJV Usage: proportion.


G626 ἀπολογέομαι
ἀπολογέομαι
apologeomai
ap-ol-og-eh'-om-ahee
Middle voice from a compound of G575 and G3056; to give an account (legal plea) of oneself, that is, exculpate (self)

KJV Usage: answer (for self), make defence, excuse (self), speak for self.


G945 βαττολογέω
βαττολογέω
battologeō
bat-tol-og-eh'-o
From Βάττος Battos (a proverbial stammerer) and G3056; to stutter, that is, (by implication) to prate tediously

KJV Usage: use vain repetitions.


G1075 γενεαλογέω
γενεαλογέω
genealogeō
ghen-eh-al-og-eh'-o
From G1074 and G3056; to reckon by generations, that is, trace in genealogy

KJV Usage: count by descent.


G1351 δίλογος
δίλογος
dilogos
dil'-og-os
From G1364 and G3056; equivocal, that is, telling a different story

KJV Usage: double-tongued.


G1677 ἐλλογέω
ἐλλογέω
ellogeō
el-log-eh'-o
From G1722 and G3056 (in the sense of account); to reckon in, that is, attribute

KJV Usage: impute, put on account.


G2127 εὐλογέω
εὐλογέω
eulogeō
yoo-log-eh'-o
From a compound of G2095 and G3056; to speak well of, that is, (religiously) to bless (thank or invoke a benediction upon, prosper)

KJV Usage: bless, praise.


G3048 λογία
λογία
logia
log-ee'-ah
From G3056 (in the commercial sense); a contribution

KJV Usage: collection, gathering.


G3049 λογίζομαι
λογίζομαι
logizomai
log-id'-zom-ahee
Middle voice from G3056; to take an inventory, that is, estimate (literally or figuratively)

KJV Usage: conclude, (ac-) count (of), + despise, esteem, impute, lay, number, reason, reckon, suppose, think (on).


G3050 λογικός
λογικός
logikos
log-ik-os'
From G3056; rational (“logical”)

KJV Usage: reasonable, of the word.


G3052 λόγιος
λόγιος
logios
log'-ee-os
From G3056; fluent, that is, an orator

KJV Usage: eloquent.


G3054 λογομαχέω
λογομαχέω
logomacheō
log-om-akh-eh'-o
From a compound of G3056 and G3164; to be disputatious (on trifles)

KJV Usage: strive about words.


G3670 ὁμολογέω
ὁμολογέω
homologeō
hom-ol-og-eh'-o
From a compound of the base of G3674 and G3056; to assent, that is, covenant, acknowledge

KJV Usage: con- (pro-) fess, confession is made, give thanks, promise.


G4086 πιθανολογία
πιθανολογία
pithanologia
pith-an-ol-og-ee'-ah
From a compound of a derivative of G3982 and G3056; persuasive language

KJV Usage: enticing words.


G4180 πολυλογία
πολυλογία
polulogia
pol-oo-log-ee'-ah
From a compound of G4183 and G3056; loquacity, that is, prolixity

KJV Usage: much speaking.


G5378 Φιλόλογος
Φιλόλογος
Philologos
fil-ol'-og-os
From G5384 and G3056; fond of words, that is, talkative (argumentative, learned, “philological”); Philologus, a Christian

KJV Usage: Philologus.