authadés: self-pleasingOriginal Word: αὐθάδης, εςPart of Speech:
self-satisfied, arrogant, stubborn.
829 authádēs (an adjective, derived from 846 /autós, "self" and hēdomai, "to gratify self, be indulgent") – properly, a person who gratifies self, i.e. fixed in self-pleasure (engrossed in self-interest).
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
and the same as hédonéDefinition
From autos and the base of hedone; self-pleasing, i.e. Arrogant -- self-willed.
see GREEK autos
see GREEK hedone