'Reputation' in the Bible
And charges her with shameful things and gives her an evil reputation, and says, I took this woman, but when I came to her, I did not find in her the tokens of a virgin,
Terrors are turned upon me; my honor and reputation they chase away like the wind, and my welfare has passed away as a cloud.
He [Timothy] had a good reputation among the brethren at Lystra and Iconium.
Furthermore, he must have a good reputation and be well thought of by those outside [the church], lest he become involved in slander and incur reproach and fall into the devil's trap.
And she must have a reputation for good deeds, as one who has brought up children, who has practiced hospitality to strangers [of the brotherhood], washed the feet of the saints, helped to relieve the distressed, [and] devoted herself diligently to doing good in every way.