anomos: lawless, without lawOriginal Word: ἄνομος, ονPart of Speech:
lawless, sinful, illegalDefinition:
lawless, wicked, without law.
Cognate: 459 ánomos (from 1 /A "no" and 3551 /nómos, "law") – properly, "no-law," i.e. lawless disregard for proper authority. See 458 (anomia).
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
(as a neg. prefix) and nomosDefinition
lawless, without lawNASB Translation
godless men (1), lawless (2), lawless one (1), transgressors (2), without the law (1), without law (1), without law (2).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 459: ἄνομοςἄνομος
1. destitute of (the Mosaic) law: used of Gentiles, 1 Corinthians 9:21, (without any suggestion of 'iniquity'; just as in Additions to Esther 4:42<10> [Esther 4:374:17u], where ἄνομοι ἀπερίτμητοι and ἀλλότριοι are used together).
2. departing from the law, a violator of the law, lawless, wicked; (Vulg.iniquus; (alsoinjustus)): Mark 15:28 (R L Tr brackets); Luke 22:37; Acts 2:23 (so in Greek writings); opposed to ὁ δίκαιος, 1 Timothy 1:9; ὁ ἄνομος (κατ' ἐξοχήν), he in whom all iniquity has as it were fixed its abode, 2 Thessalonians 2:8; ἀνόμοις ἔργοις, unlawful deeds, 2 Peter 2:8; free from law, not subject to law (Vulg.sinelege): μή ὤν ἄνομος θεοῦ (Buttmann, 169 (147)) (Rec. θεῷ), 1 Corinthians 9:21. (Very often in the Sept.) (Synonym: see ἀνομία, at the end.)<1> 10>
without law, unlawful, wicked.
From a (as a negative particle) and nomos; lawless, i.e. (negatively) not subject to (the Jewish) law; (by implication, a Gentile), or (positively) wicked -- without law, lawless, transgressor, unlawful, wicked.
see GREEK a
see GREEK nomos