Strong's Concordance, Greek Dictionary
Bind with an oath, to declare or vow under penalty of execration
Greek: ἀναθεματίζω, anathematizō (G332)
4 King James Bible Verses
Here are curse, bind with an oath and related words in the Bible. What does the source Greek word ἀναθεματίζω mean and how is it used in the Bible? Below are the English definition details. Also below are examples within Bible verses highlighted in yellow (follow this link to go there). Tap or hover on blue, underlined words to see more original scripture and meanings. Information sourced from Strong's Concordance.
Strong's Number: G332
Greek Base Word: ἀναθεματίζω
Usage: (bind under a) curse, bind with an oath
Definition: To declare or vow under penalty of execration.
- To devote to destruction.
- To declare one's self liable to the severest divine penalties.
Derived terms: From G331.
- Biblical International Phonetic Alphabet: ɑ.nɑ.θɛ.mɑˈti.zo
- Modern International Phonetic Alphabet: ɑ.nɑ.θe̞.mɑˈti.zow
- Transliteration: anathematizō
- Biblical Pronunciation: ah-na-theh-ma-TEE-zoh
- Modern Pronunciation: ah-na-thay-ma-TEE-zoh
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Bible Verses with ἀναθεματίζω (G332)
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“But he began to curse and to swear, saying, I know not this man of whom ye speak.”
— Mark 14:71
“And when it was day, certain of the Jews banded together, and bound themselves under a curse, saying that they would neither eat nor drink till they had killed Paul.”
— Acts 23:12
“And they came to the chief priests and elders, and said, We have bound ourselves under a great curse, that we will eat nothing until we have slain Paul.”
— Acts 23:14
“But do not thou yield unto them: for there lie in wait for him of them more than forty men, which have bound themselves with an oath, that they will neither eat nor drink till they have killed him: and now are they ready, looking for a promise from thee.”
— Acts 23:21
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