Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #793 - ἀστήρικτος
- unstable, unsteadfast
not supported by a staff, AP 6.203 (Lacon or Phil.);
unstable, Longin. 2.2, 2 Peter 3:16, Gal. UP 2.15, al.; ἀ. λογισμοῦ Vett.Val. 242.3;
not remaining still, of persons, Nonn. D. 10.14, al.; of water, ib. 32.8, al.
*† ἀ -στήρικτος , -ον
(< στηρίζω ),
unstable, unsettled: 2 Peter 2:14; 2 Peter 3:16.†
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Mayor (on 2 Peter 2:14) cites Longinus ii. 2, ἀστήρικτα καὶ ἀνερμάτιστα ";unstable and unballasted"; (Roberts) : this should be added to Grimm’s Anthology citation. We do not trouble much about vernacular warrant for words in 2 Pet. It occurs six times in Vettius Valens, in the phrase ἀ . λογισμοῦ ";unstable in judgement.";
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