Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #90 - ἀδιαφθορία
- incorruptibility, soundness, integrity
- of mind
I indifference, Stoic, of the moral agent, Aristo Stoic. 1.83, Chrysipp.ib.3.9, cf. Cic. Acad.Pr. 2.42.130, S.E. P. 1.152; absence of difference, Syr. in Metaph. 122.1, cf. sq.
II neglect, Hierocl. in CA 7p.430M.
III equivalence of signification, Eust. 150.25.
In Syll 168.25 (iv/B.C.) the Athenian statesman Lycurgus is praised as ἀδιάφθορον κ [αὶ ἀνεξέλεγκτον αὑτὸν ὑπὲρ ] τῆς πατρίδος. . . παρ [έχων ]. Some late MSS. give the derived noun (-ία) in Titus 2:7, and Grimm ingenuously traces our adjective to the verb ἀδιαφθείρω !
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