dikaiokrisia: righteous judgmentOriginal Word: δικαιοκρισία, ας, ἡPart of Speech:
just judging, just judgment.
Cognate: 1341 dikaiokrisía (a feminine noun derived from 1342 /díkaios, "righteous" and 2920 /krísis, "judgment") – properly, the brand of judgment based on God's standard (His own justice), condemning what is wrong in light of His eternal morality (used only in Ro 2:5). See 1343 (dikaiosynē).
[Strictly speaking, 1341 (dikaiokrisía) is a compound rather than a pure cognate. It is grouped here however because of its tight connection to the dik- word-family.]
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
righteous judgmentNASB Translation
righteous judgment (1).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 1341: δικαιοκρισίαδικαιοκρισία
, righteous judgment
: Romans 2:5
. (an uncertain translation in Hosea 6:5
(where the Sept. κρίμα
) Test. xii. patr.
(test. Levi § 3), p. 547, and (sec. 15), p. 581, Fabric. edition; Justin Martyr
, resp. de resurrect. xi. (15) 28, p. 360 edition tert. Otto; (Hippolytus
, p. 801 a. edition Migne); Basil
, iii., p. 476 d., Garn. edition or, p. 694, Par. edition alt. 1839. (Cf. Winer
's Grammar, 25; 99 (94)).)<1>