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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary Greek Lexicon
Strong's #595 - ἀπόθεσις
- a putting off or away
ἀπόθεσις, εως, ἡ, (ἀποτίθημι)
1. laying up in store, σκευῶν SIG 1106.107 (Cos); εἰς ἀ. γενέσθαι to be stored up, Pl. Lg. 844d; γάλα χρήσιμον εἰς ἀ. Arist. HA 522a26; ἡ ἀ. τῆς τροφῆς, of bees, 622b26; τὴν ἀ. τῆς θήρας ποιεῖσθαι 623a12; preserving, of fish, Philum. ap. Aët. 9.23.
2. the final movement in setting a dislocated or fractured limb, Gal. 18(2).332, al., Pall. in Hp.Fract. 12.273 C.; f.l. in Hp. Off. 19.
3. κατ' ἀπόθεσιν, of internal abscesses, Gal. 17(1).103.
1.putting aside, making away with, getting rid of, ῥύπου 1 Peter 3:21, 2.1.14.
2. exposure of children, Arist. Pol. 1335b19; cf. ἀποτίθημι 11.7.
3. resignation of an office, App. BC 1.3, cf. SIG 900.16 (iv A.D.).
4. ἀ. κώλου, περιόδου, close or cadence of a phrase, Demetr. Eloc. 19, cf. Sch. Ar. Nu. 176; so in metres, = κατάληξις, Heph. 4 tit.
III = ἀποδυτήριον, Luc. Hipp. 5.
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* ἀπό -θεσις , -εως , ἡ
(< ἀποτίθημι ),
a putting away: 1 Peter 3:21, 2 Peter 1:14.†
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BGU II. 606.5 (A.D. 306) πρὸς ἀ ]πόθεσιν ἀχύρου. Syll 420.16 (iv/A.D. init.) τῇ ἀποθέσει τῶν στεφάνων, the ceremony of resigning a priesthood, the inauguration to which was παράληψις τοῦ στεφάνου (so Ed.). Ἀπόθετος occurs in a petition P Oxy I. 71ii. 19 (A.D. 303), but unfortunately the passage is much mutilated. With the idea of 2 Peter 1:14 we might compare σῶ ]μ᾽ ἀποδυσάμενος in Kaibel 403.5 (iv/v A.D., but not Christian).
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