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βδελύσσω

Ἔρως ἀνίκατε μάχαν -> O love, invincible in battle!
Sophocles, Antigone, 781

French (Bailly abrégé)

inspirer du dégoût.
Étymologie: cf. βδέω.

English (Abbott-Smith)

βδελύσσω (< βδέω, to stink), [in LXX chiefly for שׁקץ ,תּעב;]
in cl., mid. only (Attic, -ττομαι); to make foul; pass., Re 21:8; mid., to turn away in disgust from, to detest: Ro 2:22 (Cremer, 137).†

English (Strong)

from a (presumed) derivative of bdeo (to stink); to be disgusted, i.e. (by implication) detest (especially of idolatry): abhor, abominable.

English (Thayer)

(βδέω quietly to break wind, to stink);
1. to render foul, to cause to be abhorred: τήν ὀσμήν, τάς ψυχάς, τήν ψυχήν, ἐβδελυγμένος abominable, βδελυσσόμενος, βδελύσσομαι; deponent middle (1st aorist ἐβδελυξάμην often in the Sept. (Josephus, b. j 6,2, 10); in Greek writings deponent passive, and from Aristophanes down); properly, to turn oneself away from on account of the stench; metaphorically, to abhor, detest: τί, Romans 2:22.