- Latin - punio, from the root of poena,pain. The primary sense is to press or strain.
- To pain; to afflict with pain, loss or calamity for a crime or fault; primarily, to afflict with bodily pain, as to punish a thief with pillory or stripes; but the word is applied also to affliction by loss of property, by transportation, banishment, seclusion from society, &c.
- To chastise; as, a father punishes his child for disobedience.
- To regard with pain or suffering inflicted on the offender; applied to the crime; as, to punish murder or theft.
- PUN'ISHED, Afflicted with pain or evil as the retribution of a crime or offense; chastised.
2. Transgress -
- Latin - transgressus, transgredior; trans and gradior, to pass.
- To pass over or beyond any limit; to surpass.
- In a moral sense, to overpass any rule prescribed as the limit of duty; to break or violate a law, civil or moral.
- To transgress a divine law, is sin. To offend by violating a law; to sin.
- TRANSGRES'SION, The act of passing over or beyond any law or rule of moral duty; the violation of a law or known principle of rectitude; breach of command. - "He mourned because of the transgression of them that had been carried away." Ezra 10.
How to print Vocabulary word cards
- Print the front page for set 1&2 (it is ok that it is upside down, that helps it print correct)
- Take the printed page and feed it back into your computer with the blank side up to be printed on, taking care to keep the top of the page oriented correctly for your printer.
- Print the back page for set 1&2
- Cut cards apart, if the top was oriented correctly then your flash cards have turned out just right.