βάρβαρος in the New Testament

Definitions

Thayer

1) one whose speech is rude, rough and harsh
2) one who speaks a foreign or strange language which is not understood by another
3) used by the Greeks of any foreigner ignorant of the Greek language, whether mental or moral, with the added notion after the Persian war, of rudeness and brutality. The word is used in the N.T. without the idea of reproachfulness.
Part of Speech: adjective
Citing in TDNT: 1:546, 94

Strong

G915
Of uncertain derivation; a foreigner (that is, non Greek): - barbarian (-rous).

Louw-Nida

GlossSection
b native people11.94
a non-Greek11.95
c uncivilized41.31

Classical Greek Dictionaries

These two sites give similar information, with the definition from several dictionaries and statistics on the use of the word.

Perseus Digital Library

University of Chicago's Logion lexicon

Ulrik Petersen

Strong's dictionary

Crosswalk

Thayer's dictionary plus other information.

LaParola

From this site's dictionary (in Italian)

In the New Testament

SBL (also Westcott and Hort; Tischendorf; Byzantine)

βάρβαροιadjective: nominative plural masculine2
βαρβάροιςadjective: dative plural masculine1
βάρβαροςadjective: nominative singular masculine3
Total6

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