Hurt (Noun and Verb), Hurtful - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words

Hurt (Noun and Verb), Hurtful

[ A-1,Noun,G5196, hubris ]
is rendered hurt" in Acts 27:10, AV only. See HARM.

[ B-1,Verb,G91, adikeo ]
signifies, intransitively, "to do wrong, do hurt, act unjustly" (a, negative, and dike, "justice"), transitively, "to wrong, hurt or injure a person." It is translated "to hurt" in the following:
(a), intransitively, Revelation 9:19;
(b) transitively, Luke 10:19; Revelation 2:11 (Passive); Revelation 6:6; Revelation 7:2-Revelation 7:3; Revelation 9:4, Revelation 9:10; Revelation 11:5. See INJURY, OFFENDER, UNJUST, UNRIGHTEOUSNESS, WRONG, WRONG-DOER.

[ B-2,Verb,G984, blapto ]
signifies "to injure, mar, do damage to," Mark 16:18, "shall (in no wise) hurt (them);" Luke 4:35, "having done (him no) hurt," RV. Adikeo stresses the unrighteousness of the act, blapto stresses the injury done.

[ B-3,Verb,G2559, kakoo ]
"to do evil to anyone:" See HARM.

[ C-1,Adjective,G983, blaberos ]
akin to B, No. 2, signifies "hurtful," 1 Timothy 6:9, said of lusts. In the Sept., Proverbs 10:26.

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