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Betrayer
Betrayers • Disloyalty • Traitor • Traitors
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Betray; Betrayer; Deliver (Up)
Betray; Betrayer; Deliver (Up) [Heb. rāmâ (1 Ch. 12:17), mirmâ (Prov. 14:25), gālâ (Isa. 16:3), māḵar (Neh. 3:4); Gk. paradídōmi, prodótēs (Acts 7:52), poiéō dḗlon—‘make clear’ (Mt. 26:73)]; AV also BEWRAY (Isa. 16:3; Mt. 26:73), DECEITFUL (Prov. 14:25), SELL (Nah. 3:4); NEB also FALSE
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
BETRAYERS
BETRAYERS<be-tra’-ers> ([προδόται, prodotai], “betrayers,” “traitors”): Stephen charged the Jews with being betrayers of the Righteous One (Acts 7:52) i.e. as having made Judas’ act their own; compare Luke 6:16: “Judas Iscariot, who became a traitor;” 2 Timothy 3:4, “traitors.”
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Betrayers
BETRAYERS, bē̇-trāʹērs (προδόται, prodótai, “betrayers,” “traitors”): Stephen charged the Jews with being betrayers of the Righteous One (Acts 7:52) i.e. as having made Judas’ act their own; cf Lk 6:16: “Judas Iscariot, who became a traitor”; 2 Tim 3:4, “traitors.”