ἀγαθὸν [23 verses](adj sg neut nom) "Good" is agathos which means "good" and, when applied to people, "well-born," "gentle," "brave," and "capable." When applied to things, it means "serviceable," "morally good," and "beneficial." - (CW) The adjective translated as "good" means "useful," "worthwhile," and "of high quality. As a noun, the word "valuable" or "valuables" in the plural makes the idea clearer than "good" and "goods." See this article on "good" and this one on "evil."  This is not the word most often and less ambiguously translated as "good." CW --Confusing Word -- This is not the common word better translated as "good."

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