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  • Moreover, words such as amartia and sumphora, which have a bad sense, viewed in the light of their etymologies will be the same as sunesis and episteme and other words which have a good sense (i.e., omartein, sunienai, epesthai, sumphersthai) and much the same may be said of amathia and akolaia, for amathia may be explained as e ama theo iontos poreia, and akolasia as e akolouthia tois pragmasin.

    The CRATYLUS

  • Moreover, words such as amartia and sumphora, which have a bad sense, viewed in the light of their etymologies will be the same as sunesis and episteme and other words which have a good sense (compare omartein, sunienai, epesthai, sumpheresthai); and much the same may be said of amathia and akolasia, for amathia may be explained as e ama theo iontos poreia, and akolasia as e akolouthia tois pragmasin.

    Cratylus

  • The Greek for SIN, amartia, means missing the mark.

    Roger L. Simon » Shootin’ with the Governor (Perry)

  • It is particularly to be noticed that both passages declare in the fullest manner that all manner of sin and blasphemy shall be forgiven to men, at the same time that they pronounce that blasphemy (not sin, _amartia_) against the

    An Essay on the Scriptural Doctrine of Immortality

  • The Latin word _peccatum_, the Greek word _amartia_, are translated continually by the word _sin_; but neither one word nor the other has any such meaning in writers belonging to the pure classical period.

    Memorials and Other Papers — Complete

  • The Latin word _peccatum_, the Greek word _amartia_, are translated continually by the word _sin_; but neither one word nor the other has any such meaning in writers belonging to the pure classical period.

    Memorials and Other Papers — Volume 2

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