Merodach’s man, the son and successor of Nebuchadnezzar, king of Babylon (2 Kings 25:27; Jer. 52:31, 34). He seems to have reigned but two years (B.C. 562-560). Influenced probably by Daniel, he showed kindness to Jehoiachin, who had been a prisoner in Babylon for thirty-seven years. He released him, and “spoke kindly to him.” He was murdered by Nergal-sharezer=Neriglissar, his brother-in-law, who succeeded him (Jer. 39:3, 13).
[ee-vuh l-mahyn-did] /ˈi vəlˈmaɪn dɪd/ adjective 1. having an evil disposition or harmful, malicious intentions. 2. disposed to construe words, phrases, etc., in a lascivious, lewd manner; salacious. adjective 1. inclined to evil thoughts; wicked; malicious or spiteful
[ee-vuh l] /ˈi vəl/ adjective 1. morally wrong or bad; immoral; wicked: evil deeds; an evil life. 2. harmful; injurious: evil laws. 3. characterized or accompanied by misfortune or suffering; unfortunate; disastrous: to be fallen on evil days. 4. due to actual or imputed bad conduct or character: an evil reputation. 5. marked by anger, […]
is expressly forbidden (Titus 3:2; James 4:11), and severe punishments are denounced against it (1 Cor. 5:11; 6:10). It is spoken of also with abhorrence (Ps. 15:3; Prov. 18:6, 7), and is foreign to the whole Christian character and the example of Christ.
- Evil twin
noun 1. a hidden wireless internet access point operating near a legitimate one, but which is actually used by cybercriminals to divert sensitive information such as account numbers and passwords noun an illegal or nasty counterpart or duplicate of something Usage Note slang noun An illegal or nasty counterpart or duplicate of something: Spock’s evil […]