Abominable, Abomination - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
Abominable, Abomination[ A-1,Adjective,G111, athemitos ]
occurs in Acts 10:28, unlawful," and 1 Peter 4:3, "abominable" (a, negative, themitos, an adjective from themis, "law"), hence, "unlawful." See UNLAWFUL.
[ A-2,Adjective,G947, bdeluktos ]
Titus 1:16, is said of deceivers who profess to know God, but deny Him by their works.
[ B-1,Verb,G948, bdelusso ]
See ABHOR, No. 2.
[ C-1,Noun,G946, bdelugma ]
akin to A, No. 2 and B, denotes an "object of disgust, an abomination." This is said of the image to be set up by Antichrist, Matthew 24:15; Mark 13:14; of that which is highly esteemed amongst men, in contrast to its real character in the sight of God, Luke 16:15. The constant association with idolatry suggests that what is highly esteemed among men constitutes an idol in the human heart. In Revelation 21:27, entrance is forbidden into the Holy City on the part of the unclean, or one who "maketh an abomination and a lie." It is also used of the contents of the golden cup in the hand of the evil woman described in Revelation 17:4, and of the name ascribed to her in the following verse.