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2 Peter 2:1

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Textus Receptus (Stephanus 1550)

G1096 there were εγενοντο
G1161 But δε
G2532 also και
G5578 false prophets ψευδοπροφηται
G1722 among εν
G3588 the τω
G2992 people λαω
G5613 as ως
G2532 even και
G1722 among εν
G5213 you υμιν
G1510   εσονται
G5572 false teachers ψευδοδιδασκαλοι
G3748 who οιτινες
G3919 privily shall bring in παρεισαξουσιν
G139 heresies αιρεσεις
G684 damnable απωλειας
G2532 even και
G3588 the τον
G59 that bought αγορασαντα
G846 them αυτους
G1203 Lord δεσποτην
G720 denying αρνουμενοι
G1863 and bring upon επαγοντες
G1438 themselves εαυτοις
G5031 swift ταχινην
G684 destruction απωλειαν

King James Bible (Oxford 1769)

G139 heresies
G2532 even
G720 denying
G1203 Lord
  that
G59 bought
G846 them
  and
  bring
G1863 upon
G1438 themselves
G5031 swift
G684 destruction
G684 damnable
  bring
  shall
  privily
G1722 among
G5572 teachers
  false
  shall
  there
G2532 even
G2992 people
G1722 among
G2532 also
G5578 prophets
  false
G1096 were
  there

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Greek-English Dictionary

Strongs: G139
Greek: αἵρεσις
Transliteration: hairesis
Pronunciation: hah'ee-res-is
Part of Speech: Noun Feminine
Bible Usage: heresy [which is the Greekord itself] sect.
Definition:  

properly a choice that is (specifically) a party or (abstractly) disunion . (heresy is the Greek word itself.)

1. act of taking, capture: e.g. storming a city

2. choosing, choice

3. that which is chosen

4. a body of men following their own tenets (sect or party)

a. of the Sadducees

b. of the Pharisees

c. of the Christians

5. dissensions arising from diversity of opinions and aims

Thayer's Greek–English Lexicon
of the New Testament 1889
Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
by James Strong (S.T.D.) (LL.D.) 1890.