G4469 ῥακά - Strong's Greek Lexicon Number

Dodson:
ῤακά
empty, foolish.
Strong's:
ῥακά
O empty one, i.e. thou worthless (as a term of utter vilification)
Derivation: of Chaldee origin (compare H7386);

KJV Usage: Raca.

H7386
TBESG:
ῥακά
Raca
A:N
ῥακά (T, ῥαχά),
usually taken to represent the Aram. רֵיקָא, a shortened form of H7386, " empty," as vocalized in the Galilæan dialect; an expression of contempt, raca: Mat.5:22 (cf. DB, iv, 191 f.; and for other explanations, see Zorell, see word).†
(AS)
Thayer:
1) empty, i.e. a senseless, empty headed man
2) a term of reproach used among the Jews in the time of Christ


ῥακά
rhaka
rhak-ah'
Of Chaldee origin (compare [H7386]); O empty one, that is, thou worthless (as a term of utter vilification)

KJV Usage: Raca.


View how G4469 ῥακά is used in the Bible

One occurence of G4469 ῥακά

Matthew 5:22 Raca,

Distinct usage

1 Raca,


Related words

G4469 ῥακά

H7386 רק ריק rêyq rêq

רק ריק
rêyq rêq
rake, rake
From H7324; empty; figuratively worthless

KJV Usage: emptied (-ty), vain (fellow, man).


H7387 ריקם rêyqâm
ריקם
rêyqâm
ray-kawm'
From H7386; emptily; figuratively (objectively) ineffectually, (subjectively) undeservedly

KJV Usage: without cause, empty, in vain, void.


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