To revile


Greek: λοιδορεω [loidoreô] (Verb). From λοιδορος [loidoros]. To object, reproach or criticise in bitter, harsh, or abusive language. To vilify, abuse, revile.

λοιδορεω [loidoreô] appears 4 times in the NT:


(1) John 9: 28
Then they reviled him, and said, Thou art his disciple; but we are Moses' disciples. - ελοιδορησαν [eloidorêsan] Aorist Indicative Active, 3 pl.

(2) Acts 23: 4
And they that stood by said, Revilest thou God's high priest? - λοιδορεις [loidoreis] Present Indicative Active, 2 sing.

(3) 1 Corinthians 4: 12
And labour, working with our own hands: being reviled, we bless; being persecuted, we suffer it: - λοιδορουμενοι [loidoroumenoi] Present Participle Passive, nom. pl. masc.

(4) 1 Peter 2: 23
Who, when he was reviled, reviled not again; when he suffered, he threatened not; but committed [himself] to him that judgeth righteously: - λοιδορουμενος [loidoroumenos] Present Participle Passive, nom. sing. masc.

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