812. atakteó
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atakteó: to be out of order, be remiss
Original Word: ἀτακτέω
Part of Speech: Verb
Transliteration: atakteó
Phonetic Spelling: (at-ak-teh'-o)
Short Definition: I behave disorderly
Definition: (lit: I march out of order; then: I riot, rebel), behave disorderly, neglect my duty, am careless (or idle) in habits.

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Cognate: 812 ataktéō – properly, to be out of proper order (arrangement), i.e. breaking rank (disregarding commands, authority). See 813 (ataktos).

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from ataktos
to be out of order, be remiss
NASB Translation
act in an undisciplined manner (1), undisciplined manner (1).

STRONGS NT 812: ἀτακτέω

ἀτακτέω, ἀτάκω: 1 aorist ἠτάκτησα; "to be ἄτακτος, to be disorderly";

a. properly, of soldiers marching out of order or quitting the ranks: Xenophon, Cyril 7, 2, 6, etc. Hence,

b. to be neglectful of duty, to be lawless: Xenophon, Cyril 8, 1, 22; oec. 5, 15; Lysias 141, 18 (i. e.

c. Alcib. or. 1 § 18), others,

c. to lead a disorderly life: 2 Thessalonians 3:7,cf. 11.

behave improperly

From ataktos; to be (i.e. Act) irregular -- behave self disorderly.

see GREEK ataktos

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