INIQ'UITY, noun [Latin iniquitas; in and oequitas, equity.]
1. Injustice; unrighteousness; a deviation from rectitude; as the iniquity of war; the iniquity of the slave trade.
2. Want of rectitude in principle; as a malicious prosecution originating in the iniquity of the author.
3. A particular deviation from rectitude; a sin or crime; wickedness; any act of injustice.
Your iniquities have separated between you and your God. Isaiah 59:3.
4. Original want of holiness or depravity.
I was shapen in iniquity Psalms 51:2.