What does Double-Tongued mean in the Bible?

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Vine's Expository Dictionary of NT Words - Double-Tongued
1: δίλογος (Strong's #1351 — Verb — dilogos — dil'-og-os ) primarily means "saying the same thing twice, or given to repetition" (dis, "twice," logos, "a word, or speech"); hence, "saying a thing to one person and giving a different view of it to another, double-tongued," 1 Timothy 3:8 .
Holman Bible Dictionary - Double-Tongued
One of the qualifications of deacons is that they not be double-tongued, that is, inconsistent in speech (1 Timothy 3:8 ). James 3:9-10 warns of the inconsistency of those who bless God while cursing those made in the image of God. 1 John 3:18 encourages consistency of loving words with loving actions. Inconsistency of speech might be taken as thinking one thing and saying another or as saying one thing to one, another thing to another.
Webster's Dictionary - Double-Tongued
(a.) Making contrary declarations on the same subject; deceitful.

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Two-Tongued - ) Double-Tongued; deceitful
Double-Tongued - 1: δίλογος (Strong's #1351 — Verb — dilogos — dil'-og-os ) primarily means "saying the same thing twice, or given to repetition" (dis, "twice," logos, "a word, or speech"); hence, "saying a thing to one person and giving a different view of it to another, Double-Tongued," 1 Timothy 3:8
Double-Tongued - One of the qualifications of deacons is that they not be Double-Tongued, that is, inconsistent in speech (1 Timothy 3:8 )
Deacon, Deaconess - "not Double-Tongued"), not indulging excessively in wine, not pursuing dishonest gain, holding the mystery (proved and approved), being found blameless, husband of one wife (a one-woman kind of man publicly and privately), and a good manager of children and household
Leadership - While many qualifications are the same for both, the deacons need not be apt to teach, but are not to be Double-Tongued or greedyqualities very apt for those who visit in many homes and who have the administration of funds