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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #579 - ἀπόβλητος
- thrown away, to be thrown away, rejected, despised, abominated
- as unclean
ἀπό-βλητος, ον η, ον D.L. 7.127, Iamb. Myst. 1.19),
1. to be thrown away or aside, as worthless, οὔ τοι ἀπόβλητ' ἐστὶ θεῶν ἐρικνδέα δῶρα Il. 3.65; οὔ τοι ἀπόβλητον ἔπος ἔσσεται 2.361; γίγαρτον Simon. 88, etc., cf. Hp. 10 and late Prose, as Ph. 2.294, Luc. Tox. 37, Plu. 2.821a, Plot. 6.7.31, Procop. Arc. 11.
2. capable of being thrown off, Iamb.l.c.; capable of being lost, D.L.l.c.
** ἀπό -βλητος , -ον
(< ἀποβάλλω ),
[in Aq.: Leviticus 7:18, al.; Sm.: Hosea 9:3 (H2931);]
to be thrown away, rejected: 1 Timothy 4:4 (Hom., Plut.).†
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