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Defame
Defamation • Defaming • Scandal
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Defame
Defame [Gk. blasphēméō] (1 Tim. 6:1); AV BLASPHEME; NEB BRING INTO DISREPUTE. See Blaspheme; see also Slander (1 Cor. 4:13).
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
DEFAME; DEFAMING
DEFAME; DEFAMING<de-fam’>, <de-fam’-ing>: These words occur but twice in the King James Version, and are translations of [דִּבָּה‎, dibbah], “slander,” from dabhath, “to slander,” or spread an evil report, and [βλασφημέω, blasphemeo], “to speak injuriously” of anyone (Jeremiah 20:10; 1 Corinthians
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Defame, Defaming
DEFAME, dē̇-fāmʹ, DEFAMING, dē̇-fāmʹing: These words occur but twice in AV, and are translations of דִּבָּה‎, dibbāh, “slander,” from dābhath, “to slander,” or spread an evil report, and βλασφημέω, blasphēméō, “to speak injuriously” of anyone (Jer 20:10; 1 Cor 4:13). “To defame” differs from “to