Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #839 - αὔριον
1. to-morrow, Il. 9.357, Od. 1.272, etc.; αὔ. τηνικάδε tomorrow at this time, Pl. Phd. 76b; ἐς or εἰς αὔ. on the morrow, Il. 8.538 (or till morning, Od. 11.351), Nicoch. 15, Anaxandr. 4.4; for the morrow, καλέσαι ἐπὶ δεῖπνον εἰς αὔ. IG 22.17, etc.
2. presently, shortly, φάγωμεν καὶ πίωμεν, αὔ. γὰρ ἀποθνῄσκομεν 1 Corinthians 15:32; opp. σήμερον, Matthew 6:30.
II Subst., αὔ. ἣν ἀρετὴν διαείσεται the morrow will distinguish.., Il. 8.535.
III ἡ αὔ. (sc. ἡμέρα) the morrow, S. Tr. 945 (OT 1090 is corrupt); τὴν αὔ. μέλλουσαν E. Alc. 784; ἡ αὔ. ἡμέρα X. Oec. 11.6, Lys. 26.6; also ἡ ἐς αὔ. ἡμέρα S. OC 567; τὸ ἐς αὔριον Id. Fr. 593.5; εἰς τὴν αὔ. Alex. 241.3, Acts 4:3; ἐπὶ τὴν αὔ. ib. 5; ὁ αὔ. χρόνος E. Hipp. 1117; ἡ Αὔ. personified by Simon. 210 B.; δαίμονα τὸν Αὔριον Call. Epigr. 16. (Cf. Lith. aušrà 'dawn', Skt. usrás 'of the dawn'; v. ἄγχαυρος, ἕως.)
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to-morrow: Matthew 6:30, Luke 12:28, Acts 23:20; Acts 25:22, 1 Corinthians 15:32, Luke 13:32-33, James 4:13; ἡ αὔ . (sc. ἡμέρα , MM, s.v.), Matthew 6:34, Acts 4:3; ἐπὶ τὴν αὔ ., Luke 10:35, Acts 4:5; τὸ (WH om.) τῆς James 4:14.†
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P Par 47.19 f. (c. B.C. 153) (= Selections, p. 23) ὁ στρατηγὸς ἀναβαίν᾽ αὔριον εἰς τὸ Σαραπιῆν , P Tebt I. 37.23 ff. (B.C. 73) ἐὰν δὲ ἀμελήσῃς ἀναγκασθήσομαι ἐγ ̣ὼ ἐ [λθεῖ ]ν ̣ αὔριο [ν ], and BGU I. 38.21 (i/A.D.) where a boy writes to his father that he goes daily to a certain seller of barley-beer (ζυθόπωλις ) who daily says σήμερον α ̣ὔρ [ε ]ιν (-(ε )ιν for -ιον , as often), ";to-day, to-morrow (you shall get it),"; but never gives it. The full phrase, which is contracted in Matthew 6:34, Acts 4:3, is seen in BGU I. 286.10 (A.D. 306) ἀπὸ τῆς αὔριον ἡμέρας , and Wünsch AF 3.19 (Imperial) ἐν τῇ αὔριν ἡμέρᾳ . It appears without ἡμέρα in P Flor II. 118.5 (A.D. 254) μετὰ τὴν α ., P Tebt II. 417.7 and 419.2 (iii/A.D.) ἐν τῇ α ., BGU II. 511i. 18 (c. A.D. 200) εἰς αὔ ]ριον (or εἰς τὴν α .), etc. Mayser Gr. p. 200, quotes P Tebt I. 119.17 (B.C. 105–1) τὸ ἐφαύρι [ο ]ν for ἐφ᾽ αὕριον as proof of the living character of the strong aspirate : here the analogy of ἐφ᾽ ἡμέραν is an obvious influence. Note also the formula of invitation to dinner, as P Oxy III. 524.3 α ̣[ὔριον ], ἥτις ἐστὶν λ ̄, ib. I. 110.3 (also ii/A.D.) αὔριον ἥτις ἐστὶν ι ̄ε ̄, ib. III.3 (iii/A.D.) αὔριον , ἥτις ἐστὶν πέμπτη : so ib. VII. 1025.16 (late iii/A.D.), where an actor and a Homeric reciter are engaged to come for a festival ";on the birthday of Cronus the most great god,"; τῶν θεωριῶν ἅμ ̣᾽ α ̣υ ̣͗[ρ ]ιον ἥτις ἐστὶν ι ̄ ἀγ ̣ο ̣μ ̣[έν ]ων . It is MGr.
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