448. anileós
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anileós: without mercy.
Original Word: ἀνέλεος, ον
Part of Speech: Adjective
Transliteration: anileós
Phonetic Spelling: (an-ee'-leh-oce)
Short Definition: without mercy
Definition: without mercy, merciless.

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448 aníleōs (from 1 /A, "without" and 2436 /híleōs, "propitious, appeased") – properly, without propitiation (divine appeasement), i.e. without the mercy of God's covenant-loyalty through Christ.

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Word Origin
variant reading for aneleos, q.v.
STRONGS NT 448: ἀνίλεως

ἀνίλεως, ἀνιλεων, genitive ἀνιλέω (ἵλεως, Attic for ἴλαος), without mercy, merciless: James 2:13 (R G). Found nowhere else (except Herodian, epim. 257). Cf. ἀνέλεος.

without mercy.

From a (as a negative particle) and hileos; inexorable -- without mercy.

see GREEK a

see GREEK hileos

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