Associations to the word «Judas»
JUDAS, noun. Alternative form of Judas
JUDAS, proper noun. (biblical character) One of the twelve original Apostles of Jesus, known for his role in Jesus' betrayal into the hands of Roman authorities. Also called Judas Iscariot.
JUDAS, proper noun. A male given name.
JUDAS, noun. A traitor, a person not to be trusted.
JUDAS, noun. A small hole in a door through which a person can look without being seen from the other side; used especially in prisons; a judas-hole
JUDAS CHAIR, noun. Synonym of Judas cradle.
JUDAS CRADLE, noun. A device of torture whereupon the suspended victim’s orifice is slowly impaled on and stretched by the pyramidal tip of the ‘seat.’
JUDAS GOAT, noun. A goat trained to lead other goats to a place of slaughter
JUDAS GOAT, noun. A goat trained to find feral goats
JUDAS GOATS, noun. Plural of Judas goat
JUDAS ISCARIOT, proper noun. (christianity) One of the twelve disciples of Jesus in the New Testament, who betrayed Jesus into the hands of the chief priests for 30 pieces of silver.
JUDAS ISCARIOT, noun. A betrayer.
JUDAS ISCARIOTS, noun. Plural of Judas Iscariot
JUDAS PRIEST, interjection. (euphemistic) A less offensive term in place of the idiom Jesus Christ! commonly used in anger or surprise.
JUDAS TREE, noun. A small deciduous tree, Cercis siliquastrum, noted for its prolific display of deep-pink flowers in spring
JUDAS TREES, noun. Plural of Judas tree
JUDAS WINDOW, noun. A window enabling a prison guard to see into a cell without being seen by the prisoner.
JUDAS, noun. (New Testament) supposed brother of St. James; one of the Apostles who is invoked in prayer when a situation seems hopeless.
JUDAS, noun. (New Testament) the Apostle who betrayed Jesus to his enemies for 30 pieces of silver.
JUDAS, noun. Someone who betrays under the guise of friendship.
JUDAS, noun. A one-way peephole in a door.
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