iscariotic

adjective is·car·i·ot·ic \(¦)i¦skarē¦ätik, ə¦sk-\
variants: or

iscariotical

\-tə̇kəl\

Definition of iscariotic

  1. :  of, relating to, or having the characteristics of Judas Iscariot; specifically :  treacherous

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Origin and Etymology of iscariotic

Judas Iscariot, apostle that betrayed Jesus + English -ic or -ical


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