Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #2517 - καθεξῆς
- one after another, successively, in order
the more usu. ἐφεξῆς, Luke 1:3, Plu. 2.615c, Ael. VH 8.7, IGRom. 4.1432.9 (Smyrna); poet. κατά θ' ἑξείης Opp. C. 3.59.
(= cl. ἑξῆς , ἐφεξῆς ),
1. successively, in order: Luke 1:3, Acts 11:4; Acts 18:23; τῶν κ .. (those that succeeded him), Acts 3:24.
2. afterwards: ἐν τῷ κ . (sc. χρόνῳ ), Luke 8:1.†
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καθεξῆς is confined in the NT to Luke 1:3, where Blass (Philology of the Gospels, p. 18 f.) understands it as ";referring to the uninterrupted series of a complex narrative.";
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