485. antilogia
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antilogia: gainsaying, contradiction
Original Word: ἀντιλογία, ας, ἡ
Part of Speech: Noun, Feminine
Transliteration: antilogia
Phonetic Spelling: (an-tee-log-ee'-ah)
Short Definition: contradiction, contention, rebellion
Definition: contradiction, contention, rebellion.

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485 antilogía (from 483 /antilégō, "to dispute," derived from 473 /antí, "opposite to" and 3004 /légō, "speaking to a conclusion") – properly, a contrary conclusion which closely "corresponds," but does so in an opposite way; a controversy (dispute, "gainsaying"), taking the opposite side to attack (supposedly on the basis of sound logic).

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from antilegó
gainsaying, contradiction
NASB Translation
dispute (2), hostility (1), rebellion (1).

STRONGS NT 485: ἀντιλογία

ἀντιλογία ἀντιλογίας, (ἀντίλογος, and this from ἀντιλέγω) (from Herodotus down);

1. gainsaying, contradiction: Hebrews 7:7; with the added notion of strife, Hebrews 6:16 (Exodus 18:16; Deuteronomy 19:17, etc.).

2. opposition in act (this sense is disputed by some, e. g. Lün. on Heb. as below, Meyer on Romans 10:21 (see ἀντιλέγω); contra cf. Fritzsche on Romans, the passage cited): Hebrews 12:3; rebellion, Jude 1:11 (Proverbs 17:11).

contradiction, strife.

From a derivative of antilego; dispute, disobedience -- contradiction, gainsaying, strife.

see GREEK antilego

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