Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #1815 - ἐξανάστασις
- a rising up, a rising again
ἐξανά-στᾰσις, εως, ἡ,
I removal, expulsion, Plb. 2.21.9,al.
1. intr., emigration, τινῶν ἐκ τῆς οἰκείας Str. 2.3.6.
2. rising from bed to go to stool, Hp. Prog. 11; later simply, going to stool, Aret. SD 2.9 (pl.), Sever. Clyst. pp.3,34 D., etc. rising from bed in the morning, Porph. VP 40; ἐ. ὕπνου Gal. 7.96.
3. ἡ ἐ. ἡ ἐκ νεκρῶν resurrection from the dead, Philippians 3:11.
4. woman's ornament, BGU 717.11 (ii A. D.).
* ἐξ -ανάστασις , -εως , ἡ
(< ἐξανίστημι ),
a rising again: ἐκ τ . νεκρῶν , Philippians 3:11 (Cremer, 308).†
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This late word, which is not found in the LXX, and in the NT is confined to Philippians 3:11, occurs in BGU III. 717.11 (A.D. 149) as amended, unfortunately in a broken context, Ἀ ]φροδείτην σὺν θήκῃ, ἐξανάστασις (a woman’s ";ornament";), σκάφιον Αἰγύπτιν (l. —τιον) βαθ [ . . . κτλ.
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