hubrizó: to run riot, to outrage, insultOriginal Word: ὑβρίζωPart of Speech:
I insult, treat with insolence.
5195 hybrízō (from 5196 /hýbris, "an injury, reproach") – properly, to seize (steal); (figuratively) to injure, bring loss, especially to damage someone's reputation (good name, honor); to rob a person of what rightfully belongs to them (seizing it away from them and for one's own).
5195 /hybrízō ("deliberately, spitefully injure") refers to mistreating people, using unfair tactics to inflict undeserved harm. This expresses the work of "one whose insolence and contempt of others breaks forth in wanton and outrageous acts" (K. Wuest, Word Studies, Vol 2, Pastoral Epistles, 1 Timothy, 34).
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
to run riot, to outrage, insultNASB Translation
insult (1), mistreat (1), mistreated (3).