3473. mórologia
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mórologia: foolish talking
Original Word: μωρολογία, ας, ἡ
Part of Speech: Noun, Feminine
Transliteration: mórologia
Phonetic Spelling: (mo-rol-og-ee'-ah)
Short Definition: foolish talking
Definition: foolish talking.

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Cognate: 3473 mōrología (from 3474 /mōrós, "dull, without an edge," and 3004 /légō, "speaking to a conclusion") – literally, "foolish (moronic) words," i.e. speech flowing out of a dull, sluggish heart (mind) that lost its edge (grip) on reality. This is the "talk of fools, involving foolishness and sinning together" (R. Trench, 121). See 3474 (mōros).

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from móros and legó
foolish talking
NASB Translation
silly talk (1).

STRONGS NT 3473: μωρολογία

μωρολογία, μωρολογιας, (μωρολόγος), (stultiloquium, Plautus, Vulg.), foolish talking: Ephesians 5:4. (Aristotle, h. a. 1, 11; Pint. mor., p. 504 b.) (Cf. Trench, N. T. Synonyms, § xxxiv.)

foolish talking.

From a compound of moros and lego; silly talk, i.e. Buffoonery -- foolish talking.

see GREEK moros

see GREEK lego

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