265. hamartéma
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hamartéma: a sin
Original Word: ἁμάρτημα, ατος, τό
Part of Speech: Noun, Neuter
Transliteration: hamartéma
Phonetic Spelling: (ham-ar'-tay-mah)
Short Definition: a fault, sin, evil deed
Definition: a fault, sin, evil deed.

HELPS word-Studies

Cognate: 265 hamártēma (a neuter noun derived from 264 /hamartánō, "to sin") – a sin, focusing on its result (note the -ma suffix), i.e. "the painful linkages of sin." See 266 (hamartia).

[265 (hamártēma) emphasizes the consequences of making any decision (action) by self rather than of faith ("God's inworked persuasion," cf. Ro 14:23).]

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from hamartanó
a sin
NASB Translation
sin (2), sins (2).

STRONGS NT 265: ἁμάρτημα

ἁμάρτημα, (ος, τό (from ἁμαρτέω equivalent to ἁμαρτάνω cf. ἀδίκημα, ἀλίσγημα), a sin, evil deed, ("Differunt ἁμαρτίαet τό ἁμάρτημαut Latinorum peccatus et peccatum.Nam τό ἁμάρτημαet peccatum proprie malum facinus indicant; contra ἁμαρτίαet peccatus primum peccationem, τόpeccare, deinde peccatum, rem consequentem, valent." Fritzsche; see ἁμαρτία, at the end; cf. also Trench, § lxvi.): Mark 3:28, and (L T Tr text WH) 29; Mark 4:12 (where G T Tr text WH omits; L Tr marginal reading brackets τά ἁμάρτημα); Romans 3:25; 1 Corinthians 6:18; 2 Peter 1:9 (R (L WH text Tr marginal reading) ἁμαρτιῶν). In secular authors from Sophocles and Thucydides down; (of bodily defects, Plato, Gorgias 479 a.; ἁμάρτημα μνημονικόν, Cicero, ad Att. 13, 21; ἁμάρτημα γραφικόν, Polybius 34, 3, 11; ὅταν μέν παραλόγως βλάβη γένηται, ἀτύχημα. ὅταν δέ μή παραλόγως, ἄνευ δέ κακίας, ἁμάρτημα. ὅταν δέ εἰδώς μέν μή προβουλευσας δέ, ἀδίκημα, Aristotle, eth. Nic. 5, 10, p. 1135{b}, 16f).


From hamartano; a sin (properly concrete) -- sin.

see GREEK hamartano

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