blind, put out

Concise Bible Dictionary:

Used metaphorically to describe the state of man by nature under the influence of Satan (2 Cor. 4:4); also a professing Christian who hates his brother (1 John 2:11); also the state of Israel in their heartless profession (Matt. 23:16-26); and the judicial blindness on Israel (John 12:40). In Romans 11:7,25; 2 Corinthians 3:14 and Ephesians 4:18, it is rather “obdurateness or hardness,” from πωρόω “to harden.”

Strong’s Dictionary of Hebrew Words:

a primitive root (rather denominatively from 5785 through the idea of a film over the eyes); to blind
KJV Usage:
blind, put out. See also 5895