|Easton's Bible Dictionary|
(Jeremiah 24:2). "The bad figs may have been such either from having decayed, and thus been reduced to a rotten condition, or as being the fruit of the sycamore, which contains a bitter juice" (Tristram, Nat. Hist.). The inferiority of the fruit is here referred to as an emblem of the rejected Zedekiah and his people.
Noah Webster's Dictionary
1. (superl.) Having little or nothing.
2. (superl.) Worthless; bad; good for nothing.
3. (superl.) hence, corrupt; wicked.
4. (superl.) Mischievous; perverse; froward; guilty of disobedient or improper conduct; as, a naughty child.
Int. Standard Bible Encyclopedia
NAUGHT; NAUGHTY; NAUGHTINESS
not, no'-ti, nes: In the sense of bad, worthless, worthlessness, the words in the King James Version represent the Hebrew ra`, changed in the Revised Version (British and American) to "bad" (2 Kings 2:19 Proverbs 20:14 Jeremiah 24:2), roa`, retained in the Revised Version (British and American) "naughtiness" (1 Samuel 17:28), hawwah, rendered in the Revised Version (British and American) in Proverbs 11:6 "iniquity," and in 17:4 "mischievous." In Proverbs 6:12, "naughty person," literally, "man of Belial," is in the Revised Version (British and American) "worthless person." In the New Testament, "superfluity of naughtiness" in James 1:21 (for kakia) becomes margin the Revised Version (British and American) overflowing of wickedness," margin "malice," and in The Wisdom of Solomon 12:10, the King James Version's "naughty generation" (poneros) is made into "by birth.... evil."
Naughty (3 Occurrences)
Proverbs 6:12 A naughty person, a wicked man, walketh with a froward mouth. (KJV WBS)
Proverbs 17:4 A wicked doer giveth heed to false lips; and a liar giveth ear to a naughty tongue. (KJV WBS)
Jeremiah 24:2 One basket had very good figs, even like the figs that are first ripe: and the other basket had very naughty figs, which could not be eaten, they were so bad. (KJV)