the Week of Proper 21 / Ordinary 26
Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary Greek Lexicon
Strong's #641 - ἀποῤῥίπτω
- to throw away, cast down
- to cast one's self down
poet. ἀπορίπτω Pi. P. 6.37, later ἀπορριπτέω X. HG 5.4.42, Plu. Caes. 39, Cat.Ma. 5, Luc. Tim. 12, Hdn. 4.9.2, D.C. 74.1, fut. -ρρίψω Hes. Sc. 215: pf. ἀπέρριφα Plb. 1.40.15: —
I. throw away, put away, μῆνιν, μηνιθμόν, Il. 9.517, 16.282; ἀπὸ κρόκεον ῥίψαις.. εἷμα Pi. P. 4.232; ἀπορριψοντι ἐοικώς like one about to cast [a net], Hes. Sc. 215; ἀ. ἀπὸ τοῦ στόματος spit, Thphr. Char. 19.4; vomit, τὴν τροφήν AsclJun. ap. Gal. 13.162; cast up, of a river, τοὺς νεκροὺς τῶν ῥευμάτων Jul. Or. 2.60c.
II cast forth from one's country, A. Ch. 914; ἀπωστὸς γῆς ἀπορριφθήσομαι S. Aj. 1019; ἀπερριμμένοι outcasts, D. 18.48, cf. D.H. 9.10;
1. of things, reject, PBaden 19.12 (ii A.D.); τὰ φαῦλα καὶ ἀπερρ. τῶν ἐδεσμάτων Hdn. 4.12.2.
2. disown reject, Pi. O. 9.38, S. El. 1018.
3. throw aside, set at naught, ἡ ἡμετέρη εὐδαιμονίη οὕτω τοι ἀπέρριπται ἐς τὸ μηδέν Hdt. 1.32; Κύπρις δ' ἄτιμος τᾠδ' ἀ. λόγῳ A. Eu. 215; ὅταν.. τὰ χρηστὰ ἀπορρίπτηται D. 25.75.
III of words, utter, esp. in disparagement, ἔς τινα Hdt. 1.153, 4.142 (Pass.), 8.92: generally, ἀ. ἔπος let fall a word, Id. 6.69; χαμαιπετὲς ἔπος ἀ. Pi. P. 6.37; λόγον ἀχρεῖον Ant.Lib. 11.3; μηδ' ἀπορριφθῇ λόγος A. Supp. 484. intr., throw oneself down, leap off, Acts 27:43, Charito 3.5.
ἀπορρίπτω: 1 aorist ἀπέρριψα (T WH write with one rho ῥ; see Rho); (from Homer down); to throw away, cast down; reflexively, to cast oneself down: Acts 27:43 (R. V. cast themselves overboard). (So in Lucian, ver. hist. 1, 30 variant; (Chariton 3, 5, see D'Orville at the passage); cf. Winers Grammar, 251 (236); (Buttmann, 145 (127)).)
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(Rec. -ρρίπτω , c1.),
[in LXX for H7993 hi., etc.;]
to throw away, cast forth: reflexively, Acts 27:43 (BV, cast themselves overboard; v. MM, s.v.).†
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In a petition regarding the division of a piece of land, P Magd 29.10 (B.C. 218), the appellant asks that the defendant should be forced to give him a proper entrance and exit (εἴσοδον καὶ ἔξοδον) instead of throwing him into a hidden corner—ε ̣ι ̣̔̓ς ̣ἐσώτερόν με ἀπερρίφθαι. Another petition, P Lond 106.13 and .23 (B.C. 261 or 223) (= I. p. 61), gives us both ἐκρίπτω and ἀπορρίπτω —τά τε σκεύη μου ἐξέρριψεν εἰς τὴν ὁδὸν. . ., ἐγὼ δὲ τὰ σκεύη τὰ ἀποριφέντα μου εἰς τὴν ὁδὸν εἰσήνεγκα. See also Moulton in CR xx. p. 216, where the fairly accessible warrant of Acts 27:43 is produced against two classical scholars who strained at ἀπορρίπτειν intrans. in Charito iii. 5.6.
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