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A Murderer
Any person who unlawfully kills another person.
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Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Murder; Murderer
Murder; Murderer[Heb rāṣaḥ (Nu. 35:16–31; Jgs. 20:4; Dt. 22:26; 2 K. 6:32; Job 24:14; Ps. 94:6; Isa. 1:21; Jer. 7:9; Hos. 6:9), hārag̱ (1 K. 2:5; 2 K. 9:31; Ps. 10:8; Jer. 4:31), hiphil of mûṯ (Jer. 41:4), hiphil of nāḵâ (2 K. 14:6), pl of dām—‘blood’ (Hos. 4:2); AV also SLAY, KILLING; NEB
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
MURDERERS
MURDERERS<mur’-der-erz> (Acts 21:38 the King James Version, the Revised Version (British and American) “assassins”): Represents a word only once mentioned in the New Testament, the Greek word [σικάριος, sikarios], Latin sicarius from sica, “a small sword,” or “dagger.” The word describes the
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Murderers
MURDERERS, mûr’dẽr-ẽrz (Acts 21:38 AV, RV “assassins”): Represents a word only once mentioned in the NT, the Gr word σικάριος, sikários, Lat sicarius from sica, “a small sword,” or “dagger.” The word describes the hired assassin, of whom there were bands in the pay of agitators in Rome in the last