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Mocking

Mocking [NAVE]

MOCKING
Ishmael mocks Sarah, Gen. 21:9.
Elijah mocks the priests of Baal, 1 Kin. 18:27.
Zedekiah mocks Micaiah, 1 Kin. 22:24.
Children mock Elisha, 2 Kin. 2:23.
The tormentors of Job mock, Job 15:12; 30:1.
The persecutors of Jesus mock him, Matt. 26:67, 68; 27:28-31, 39-44; Mark 10:34; 14:65; 15:17-20, 29-32; Luke 23:11; John 19:2, 3, 5; 1 Pet. 2:23.
The Ammonites mock God, Ezek. 25:3.
Tyre mocks Jerusalem, Ezek. 26:2.
The obdurately wicked mock, Isa. 28:15, 22; 2 Pet. 3:3.
See: Scoffing; Reviling.
Figurative
Prov. 1:26.

MOCK; MOCKER; MOCKING [ISBE]

MOCK; MOCKER; MOCKING - mok, mok'er, mok'-ing (hathal, la`agh, empaizo): To mock is the translation of hathal, "to play upon," "mock," "deride" (Jdg 16:10,13,15; 1 Ki 18:27, "Elijah mocked them"; Job 13:9 twice, the Revised Version (British and American) "deceiveth," "deceive," margin "mocketh," "mock"); of la`agh, "to stammer" or "babble in mimicry," "to mock" or "scorn" (2 Ch 30:10; Neh 4:1; Job 11:3; 21:3; Prov 1:26; 17:5; 30:17; Jer 20:7). Other words are tsachaq, "to laugh," etc. (Gen 19:14; 21:9;, 39:14,17); qalac, "to call out," or "cry after," "to scoff" or "mock at" (2 Ki 2:23; Ezek 22:5); sachaq, "to laugh," "mock" (Job 39:22; Lam 1:7); luts, "to scorn" (Prov 14:9); sechoq, "laughter," "derision" (Job 12:4); empaizo, "to treat as a child," "mock" (Mt 2:16; 20:19; 27:29,31,41; Lk 14:29, etc.); diachleuazo, "to mock," "laugh," etc. (Acts 2:13; 17:32); mukterizo, "to sneer at," "mock," literally, "to turn up the nose" (Gal 6:7, "God is not mocked," "will not let himself be mocked"); epigelao, "laugh" (Job 2:8; 1 Macc 7:34; compare 2 Macc 7:39; 8:17).

Mocker, hathulim, "deceivers," "mockers" (Job 17:2); luts (Prov 20:1; Isa 28:22 the King James Version); la`egh, "stammering," "mocking" (Ps 35:16; compare Isa 28:11); sachaq (Jer 15:17); empaiktes, "a mocker," "scoffer," literally, "sporting as children" (Jude 1:18; compare 2 Pet 3:3).

Mocking is the translation of qallacah "mocking," "derision" (Ezek 22:4); of empaigmos the Septuagint for qallacah) (Heb 11:36; The Wisdom of Solomon 12:25; Ecclesiasticus 27:28, "mockery"; 2 Macc 7:7, "mocking-stock," the Revised Version (British and American) "the mocking"; 2 Macc 7:10, "made a mocking-stock" (empaizo)); of mokos (Ecclesiasticus 33:6).

For "mocked of" (Job 12:4) the Revised Version (British and American) has "a laughing-stock to"; for "mockers" (Isa 28:22), the English Revised Version "scorner," the American Standard Revised Version "scoffer"; for "the mockers" (Jer 15:17), "them that made merry"; for "scorneth" (Prov 19:28), "mocketh at"; for "As one man mocketh another, do ye so mock him?" (Job 13:9), "As one deceiveth a man will ye deceive him?" (margin, "mocketh," "mock"); "mock" for "laugh" (Job 9:23); for "There shall come in the last days scoffers" (2 Pet 3:3), "In the last days (margin, "Greek in the last of the days") mockers shall come with mockery" (empaigmone empaiktai).

W. L. Walker


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