I marvel greatly at your temerity in pursuing this Iscariot business after learning who I am, at Toulouse two nights ago.
Nothing is more treacherous than the human mind; nothing else so loves to play the Iscariot.
Because he 'bare the bag,' this attendant on the friars was nicknamed Iscariot; cf. John, xii.
The father of Judas, not Iscariot, need not be considered, for we do not even know that he ever became a believer.
He drew the bolts, impelled Iscariot outward, and essayed to close the door.
The wine jars were soon emptied, and I was ordered by Iscariot to refill them in the cellar.
So, when Iscariot knocked at his door a second time Annas was perturbed in spirit and would not admit him.
Till the fugitive slave law was passed, we did not know what a great saint Iscariot was.
Here Justin was not an Iscariot or an Arnold, but a patriot and a savior.
We do great injustice to Iscariot, in thinking him wicked above all common wickedness.
"traitor," 1640s, from the surname of Judas, betrayer of Jesus, in New Testament, from Latin Iscariota, from Greek Iskariotes, said to be from Hebrew ishq'riyoth "man of Kerioth" (a place in Palestine).