A busybody in other men's matters

Greek: αλλοτριεπισκοπος [allotriepiskopos] (Noun masculine) From αλλοτριος [allotrios] "belonging to another" and επισκοπος [episkopos] "supervisor", "superintendent ": "overseeing others' affairs".

αλλοτριεπισκοπος [allotriepiskopos] appears 1 time in the NT:

(1) 1 Peter 4: 15
But let none of you suffer as a murderer, or as a thief, or as an evildoer, or as a busybody in other men's matters". - αλλοτριεπισκοπος [allotriepiskopos] Nom. sing.