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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #1293 - διαστολή
1. drawing asunder, dilatation, of the lungs, Arist. Aud. 800a35; of the heart, Gal. 2.597; of the pulse, Id. 8.736, al.; δ. χειλέων parting of the lips, i.e. utterance, LXX Numbers 30:7. separation, Thphr. CP 3.16.3; notch or nick, Plu. Cic. 1; boundary, fence, Tab.Heracl. 2.46; fencing off, τῆς γῆς PAmh. 2.40.25 (ii B. C.).
2. distinction, Chrysipp.Stoic. 2.158, LXX Exodus 8:23, Epicur. Nat. 28.7, Phld. Piet. 123, Romans 3:22; ἁγίων καὶ βεβήλων Ph. 2.159; μετὰ διαστολῆς προενεχθέντα with discrimination, Demetr.Lac. 1014.48 F.; detailed statement or explanation, Plb. 1.15.6; ἀξίους μνήμης καὶ δ. Id. 16.14.2, cf. SIG 284.11 (Chios), Apollon.Cit. 3; specification of items in an account, PRyl. 65.17 (i B. C.); article in a contract, etc., PTheb.Bank 6.8, 7.7.
3. command, injunction, order, LXX Numbers 19:2, al., PTeb. 24.45 (ii B.C.), etc.
4. payment, BGU 485.26, PTeb. 363.1 (ii A. D.).
II Gramm., comma (as in ὅ, τι), D.T. 629.
1. distinction, γενῶν A.D. Pron. 11.28,al. opposition, πρός τι ib. 41.24.
2. in Music, distinctness, of notes, 1 Corinthians 14:7.
δια -στολή , -ῆς , ἡ
(< διαστέλλω ),
[in LXX for H6304: Exodus 8:23, etc.;]
1. a separation.
2. a distinction, difference: Romans 3:22; Romans 10:12, 1 Corinthians 14:7.†
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We are unable to illustrate the NT use of this word (cf. also Exodus 8:23) = ";distinction,"; ";difference"; (see under διαστέλλω), but the subst., like the verb, can be freely quoted in the sense of ";injunction,"; ";notification,"; ";memorandum."; P Tebt I. 24.45 (B.C. 117) ἀκολούθως ταῖς δεδομέναι (l. —αις) δι᾽ α [ὐ ]τῶν διαστολᾶς (l. —αῖς), ";in accordance with the memoranda given by them"; (Edd.), ib. 34.13 (c. B.C. 100) γράφω σοι δὲ διαστολὰς αὐτοῖς δοῦναι, ";I am therefore writing to you to give their instructions"; (Edd.), P Oxy IV. 743.28 (B.C. 2) διαστολὰς δεδώκειν, ";praecepi "; (Witkowski.2, p. 130), ib. I. 68.36 (A.D. 131) ἀρκουμένου μ ̣ου τῇδε τῇ διαστολῇ ὡς καθήκει, ";since I am ready to abide by the present memorandum, as is right (?)"; (Edd.). Cf. also the corresponding use of τὸ διαστολικόν of an official ";notification"; or ";writ,"; in this last papyrus.33, et saepe. The noun, like διαστέλλω, is also frequent with reference to payments, e.g. P Tebt II. 363.1 (early ii/A.D.) διαστολῆς μετρήματος Τεβτύνεως, ";statement of a payment in kind at Tebtunis,"; ib. 395.20 (A.D. 150) ἀ ̣ν ̣τ ̣ι ̣[γρα (φον)] διασ ̣τ ̣ο ̣λ ̣(ῆς ?), with reference to the copy of a banker’s receipt : cf. the use of the rare word διαστολεύς in P Rein 53.6 (iii/iv A.D.). See also Wilcken Ostr i. p. 638.
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