Definitions for judasˈdʒu dəs
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
Judas Iscariot, the disciple who betrayed Jesus. Mark 3:19.
a person treacherous enough to betray a friend; traitor.
Ref: Also called Saint Judas or Saint Jude.
a brother of James and possibly of Jesus. Matt. 13:55; Mark 6:3.
(usu. l.c.) Also called ju′das hole`. a peephole, as in the door of a prison cell.
(adj.)used as a decoy to lead other animals to slaughter:
a Judas goat.
Jude, Saint Jude, St. Jude, Judas, Thaddaeus(noun)
(New Testament) supposed brother of St. James; one of the Apostles who is invoked in prayer when a situation seems hopeless
Judas, Judas Iscariot(noun)
(New Testament) the Apostle who betrayed Jesus to his enemies for 30 pieces of silver
someone who betrays under the guise of friendship
a one-way peephole in a door
A traitor, a person not to be trusted.
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
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.
Origin: From Ἰούδας, from יהודה.
the disciple who betrayed Christ. Hence: A treacherous person; one who betrays under the semblance of friendship
The Nuttall Encyclopedia
surnamed Iscariot, one of the twelve Apostles of Christ, who from some infatuation that unaccountably possessed him, and to his everlasting infamy, betrayed his Master to His enemies for 30 pieces of silver; was designated by Christ as the Son of Perdition.