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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
1. (a.) Of very bad report; having a public reputation Of the worst kind; held in abhorrence; guilty Of something that exposes to infamy; base; notoriously vile; detestable; as, an infamous traitor; an infamous perjurer.

2. (a.) Causing or producing infamy; deserving detestation; scandalous to the last degree; as, an infamous act; infamous vices; infamous corruption.

3. (a.) Branded with infamy by conviction of a crime; as, at common law, an infamous person can not be a witness.

4. (a.) Having a bad name as being the place where an odious crime was committed, or as being associated with something detestable; hence, unlucky; perilous; dangerous.

818. atimazo -- to dishonor
... From atimos; to render infamous, ie (by implication) contemn or maltreat -- despise,
dishonour, suffer shame, entreat shamefully. see GREEK atimos. ...
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Strong's Hebrew
2931. tame -- unclean
... defiled, infamous, polluted, unclean. From tame'; foul in a relig. Sense -- defiled, +
infamous, polluted(-tion), unclean. see HEBREW tame'. 2930, 2931. ...
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8034. shem -- a name
... renowned (1), report (1), repute (1), same names (1). base, infamous, renown.
A primitive word (perhaps rather from suwm through ...
/hebrew/8034.htm - 6k


Having Shown Briefly How Impious and Infamous are the Opinions ...
... Book VI. 1 Having shown briefly how impious and infamous are the opinions
which you have formed about? Having shown briefly how ...
/.../the seven books of arnobius against the heathen/1 having shown briefly how.htm

And Since Celsus Has Termed the Apostles of Jesus Men of Infamous ...
... Chapter LXIII. And since Celsus has termed the apostles of Jesus men of infamous
notoriety? And since Celsus has termed the apostles ...
/.../origen/origen against celsus/chapter lxiii and since celsus.htm

That Slaves and Freedmen and all Infamous Persons Ought not to ...
... The Sixth Ecumenical Council. Canon CXXIX. (Greek cxxx.) That slaves and freedmen
and all infamous persons ought not to bring accusation. ...
/.../schaff/the seven ecumenical councils/canon cxxix greek cxxx that.htm

A Disgraceful Feature of the Roman Mythology it Honours Such ...
... Book II. Chapter X."A Disgraceful Feature of the Roman Mythology It Honours Such
Infamous Characters as Larentina. I hasten to even more abominable cases. ...
/.../tertullian/ad nationes/chapter x a disgraceful feature of.htm

When He was Living at Rome He Wrote a Treatise on the Preservation ...
... of God, all apostates and persecutors, and whoever else hate the Christian name,
vied with one another in copying out, because of the infamous charges and foul ...
/.../5 when he was living.htm

Providential Preparations for the Discovery of America --Spiritual ...
... The fifteenth century was the era of the infamous popes. By another coincidence
which arrests the attention of the reader of history ...
/.../a history of american christianity/chapter i providential preparations for.htm

... He did not believe at that moment that he could ever be brought to commit such infamous
deeds, and he did not believe that he could ever attain such high ...
// of the bible some lesser-known/hazael.htm

Objections from the Revelation and the First Epistle of St. John ...
... In short, this Apocalypse, in its later passages, has assigned "the infamous and
fornicators," as well as "the cowardly, and unbelieving, and murderers, and ...
/.../tertullian/on modesty/chapter xix objections from the revelation.htm

A Reign of Terror
... Arsacius with jealousy, and he had disgraced his hoary hairs by coming forward to
accuse John of embezzlement of Church property at the infamous Synod of the ...
/.../gathering clouds a tale of the days of st chrysostom/chapter liv a reign of.htm

(Of Marriages among Blood-Relations, and of those who are Born of ...
... Secular laws, again, call such persons infamous, and interdict them from
inheriting. And we too, following our fathers, and keeping ...
/.../unknown/the decretals/iv of marriages among blood-relations.htm

Infamous (2 Occurrences)
... reputation Of the worst kind; held in abhorrence; guilty Of something that exposes
to infamy; base; notoriously vile; detestable; as, an infamous traitor; an ...
/i/infamous.htm - 7k

Prostitute (83 Occurrences)
... 3. (a.) Openly given up to lewdness; devoted to base or infamous purposes. 4. (n.)
A woman giver to indiscriminate lewdness; a strumpet; a harlot. ...
/p/prostitute.htm - 33k

Infamy (8 Occurrences)

/i/infamy.htm - 9k

Lasciviousness (9 Occurrences)
... according to Thayer (New Testament Lexicon) "excelled in strictness of morals,"
but, according to Trench, a place whose people "were infamous for their vices ...
/l/lasciviousness.htm - 11k

Infallible (1 Occurrence)

/i/infallible.htm - 7k

Ignominy (7 Occurrences)
... Noah Webster's Dictionary 1. (n.) Public disgrace or dishonor; reproach; infamy.
2. (n.) An act deserving disgrace; an infamous act. Multi-Version Concordance ...
/i/ignominy.htm - 8k

Felix (11 Occurrences)
... Drusilla. Felix was the brother of Pallas, who was the infamous favorite
of Claudius, and who, according to Tacitus (Annals xiii. ...
/f/felix.htm - 15k

Fire (602 Occurrences)
... Jeremiah 29:22). The bodies of infamous persons who were executed were also
sometimes burned (Joshua 7:25; 2 Kings 23:16). (4.) In ...
/f/fire.htm - 78k

Tammuz (1 Occurrence)
... celebrate the death of Adonis or Tammuz, and there arose in connection with this
celebration those licentious rites which rendered the cult so infamous that it ...
/t/tammuz.htm - 10k

Turmoil (15 Occurrences)
... (See JPS). Ezekiel 22:5 Those who are near, and those who are far from you, shall
mock you, you infamous one and full of tumult. (See NAS NIV). ...
/t/turmoil.htm - 10k

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