The first occurrence.
For wrath kills a foolish man, and envy slays a simple one. Job 5:2
The primitive root.
Strong’s H191 eviyl, a concrete noun meaning, “fool,” from an unused primitive root אול meaning, “to be perverse.” The ancient pictographs are aleph + vav + lamed.
aleph א = the ox head, thus strength, power, leader
vav ו = the tent peg, thus add, secure, hook
lamed ל = the shepherd’s staff, thus teach, yoke, to, bind
Many English words come from Hebrew roots, as Hebrew is the mother tongue from which all the tongues were divided at Babel. I believe our English word “evil” comes from this Hebrew word for fool.
The parable the pictographs are telling is of power or pride (aleph) yoked (vav) to control (lamed); i.e., one controlled by pride.