It seems that there are varying accounts of the problems with Barabbas.
Then they all cried again, saying, “Not this Man, but Barabbas!” Now Barabbas was a robber.
Another in Mark:
And there was one named Barabbas, who was chained with his fellow rebels; they had committed murder in the rebellion.
Luke seems to agree with Mark:
18 And they all cried out at once, saying, “Away with this Man, and release to us Barabbas”— 19 who had been thrown into prison for a certain rebellion made in the city, and for murder.
I'm curious about this word "robber" that is used in the NKJV version of the Bible.
What is the original Greek word for this? Could this original word also mean murderer or rebel (like the other two gospels state)?