nomikos: relating to law, learned in the lawOriginal Word: νομικός, ή, όνPart of Speech:
about law, one learned in the LawDefinition:
(a) adj: connected with law, about law, (b) noun: a lawyer, one learned in the Law, one learned in the Old Testament.
3544 nomikós (from 3551 /nómos, "law") – properly, an expert in Jewish law (theology); an ancient Jewish-attorney ("Scripture-lawyer"), specializing in interpreting the OT and applying the teachings of established rabbis.
3544 /nomikós ("lawyer") implies someone even more learned in the Law than a typical scribe. (Ezra would have been considered a 3544 /nomikós.)
[3544 (nomikós) is also a regular term for attorney in antiquity, i.e. an expert jurist in secular law.]
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
relating to law, learned in the lawNASB Translation
Law (1), lawyer (3), lawyers (5).