anomós: lawlesslyOriginal Word: ἀνόμωςPart of Speech:
without law, lawlessly.
Cognate: 460 anómōs (an adverb) – lawlessly, acting without God's light (the written revelation of the Bible). 460 (anómōs) particularly refers to pagan behavior (perspective). See 458 (anomia).
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
adverb from anomosDefinition
without the law (2).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 460: ἀνόμωςἀνόμως
, adverb, without the law
, 1), without a knowledge of the law
: ἀνόμως ἁμαρτάνειν
, to sin in ignorance of the Mosaic law, Romans 2:12
to perish, but not by sentence of the Mosaic law, ibid. (ἀνόμως ζῆν
to live ignorant of law and discipline, Isoc. panegyr. c. 10 § 39; ἀνόμως ἀπολλυσθαι
to be slain contrary to law, as in wars, seditions, etc., ibid. c. 44 § 168. In Greek writings generally unjustly, wickedly,
as 2 Macc. 8:17.)<1>
Adverb from anomos; lawlessly, i.e. (specially) not amenable to (the Jewish) law -- without law.
see GREEK anomos