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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
#368 - ἀναντίῤῥητος
- not to be contradicted, undeniable
not to be opposed, Plb. 6.7.7, 28.13.4; undeniable, Acts 19:36; λόγοι S.E. M. 8.160. Adv. -τως without opposition, by consent, Plb. 22.8.11; incontrovertibly, OGI 335.138 (Pergam.), Aët. 15.15; without gainsaying, Acts 10:29.
† ἀν -αντί -ρητος
(Τ , -ρρητος , -ον (< ῥητός , spoken),
[in Sm.: Job 11:2; Job 33:13 *;]
not to be contradicted, undeniable: Acts 19:36 (MM, VGT, s.v.).†
So spelt in OG1S 335.138 (Pergamon, ii/i B.C.), with the meaning ";beyond possibility of dispute,"; as in Acts 19:36. Grimm notes that the word begins in Polybius, where the active sense of Acts 10:29 is also paralleled : so in xxiii. 811, where Schweighäuser renders ";summo cunctorum consensu.";
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