5197. hubristés
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hubristés: a violent, insolent man
Original Word: ὑβριστής, οῦ, ὁ
Part of Speech: Noun, Masculine
Transliteration: hubristés
Phonetic Spelling: (hoo-bris-tace')
Short Definition: an insolent, insulting man
Definition: an insolent, insulting, or violent man.

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Cognate: 5197 hybristḗs (a masculine noun derived from 5195 /hybrízō) – properly, someone "damaging" others by lashing out with a nasty spirit. This kind of individual is insolent (delights in wrong-doing) – finding pleasure in hurting others (G. R. Berry). See 5195 (hybrizō).

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from hubrizó
a violent, insolent man
NASB Translation
insolent (1), violent aggressor (1).

STRONGS NT 5197: ὑβριστής

ὑβριστής, ὑβριστοῦ, (ὑβρίζω), from Homer down, "an insolent man, 'one who, uplifted with pride, either heaps insulting language upon others or does them some shameful act of wrong'" (Fritzsche, Ep. ad Romans, i., p. 86; (cf. Trench, Synonyms, § xxix.; Schmidt, chapter 177; Cope on Aristotle, rhet. 2, 2, 5 (see ὕβρις))): Romans 1:30; 1 Timothy 1:13.

violent, injurious.

From hubrizo; an insulter, i.e. Maltreater -- despiteful, injurious.

see GREEK hubrizo

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