chrestos

χρηστὸς [3 verses](adj sg masc nom) "Easy" is chrestos, which means "good," "useful," "good of its kind," and "serviceable;" of persons, "good," "kindly;" "honest," "worthy," in war, "valiant," "true;" of the gods, "propitious," "merciful," "bestowing health or wealth;" of a man, "strong," "able in body for sexual intercourse;" when used as a noun, "benefits," "kindnesses," "happy event," "prosperity," and "success.;" in a moral sense, it is the opposite of kakos, which means "bad" and "evil," but which is not the word usually translated as "evil" in the NT. For more on this topic, see this article. The word translated as "easy" actually means "good" in many different senses of the word. In a moral sense, it is the opposite of the Greek word that really means "bad" and "evil," but which is not the word usually translated as "evil" in the NT. For more on this topic, see this article.