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ex parte, i. e. in part, partly, 1 Cor. 12:
27. 13:9,10,12. ix idiqov, meoivnAty,
moderately, John 3: 34. ix avfiq>tiyciv,
i. e. by mutual consent, 1 Cor. 7: 5.
Comp. Winer § 55. 1. c. — Herodot d
85. Polyb. 2. 46. 1. Xen.Mem.3. 1].&
H. G. 6. 5. 16. Thuc.a43,67.

f ) of tbe means, instrument, instru-
mental cau8e,yrofii, i. e. by means of, hf,
through, with, etc Luke 16: 9 itotiism»
iflrvTO^ tpiXovg ix tov fistfmpd, L e. by



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I of. John 3: 5 iay fifj rtg ytpvff&fj
{^vdoToq. 1 Cor. 9: liix %ot BvuyytXlav
^, eoll. ▼. 13. John 9: 6. Heb. 11: 35.
Rer. 3: 18 x^y^^ ntnvQovftipw ix
irr^. 17: 2, 6. 18: 3, 19. So with
mha of filling, being full, etc. Matt. 23:
25 %9m&af yifiovtnv i$ a(^ayf)g nal
iiitiag, John 12: 3. Rev. 8: 5. Comp.
Manh. § 396. n. 2. § 574. p. 1133. —
Joditb 9: 10. Ecclus. 13: 11. Eur. Hec.
573. Soph. EL 398. Aj. 537. Xen. Oec.
13. 6. Apol. 4. — Hence also of the
friti, as a mecms of acquhring any thing
eie. Matt. 20: 2 trv^tpwrijeag firta tAp
i^w i* dfjra^lavy coll. v. 13. 27: 7
{/o^ocrair i^ avrtir (u^yvglotv) tov aygor.
Acts 1: 18. Here in c. gen. is equiva^
lent to the simple gen. which is the
oratl construction ; Buttm. § 132. n. 1,
iDd a 2. Matth. § 364. Winer § 51.
p.3ia-Ep. Jer. 25. Palaeph. 46. 3, 4.
g) of the maUru{lf viz. of, out ofyfrom^
Mitt. 27: 29 <niiparoy i^ axav-^ttr,
Joho 2: 15 q>f^ayilXior in (rxoivUnp,
Rom. ft 21. 1 Cor. 11: 8. Eph. 5: 30.
Hcb.ll:3. Rev. 18:12. 21:21. Comp.
Milth. § 374. b. n. Winer I. c. p. 314.
- Herodot. 2. 71, 96. Herodian. 8. 4.
87. Diod. Sic. 1. 20. Xen. Conv. 8. 32.
b) of a whole in relation to a part,
t whole fit>m which a part is spoken
«C L e. partitively. 1 Cor. 12: 15, 16,
•'w wpJ V. ovx uTTt Tov (ru/iOTo^ Acts
IQ: 1. So aAer iudUk, (payofiai, niwy
toed or drink of any thing, i. e. pan of
«,e.g.^^/«6i lCor.9:7. 11:28. <pa-
T^ni U Luke 22: 16. John 6: 26. Rev.
^ 7. nlfti ix Matt. 26: 27, 29. John 4:
12.13,14. Rev. 14:10. 18:3. al. The
cIm«c writers employ here the simple
«»itiTe, Buttm. § 132. 4. 2. d. Sept.
^'^fcy (x for ]73 bSfit 2 Sam. 12: 3.
2 K. 4: 40. tfayo'fiat 'ix Ecclus. 11: 19.
^tti' in for ]0 nny 2 Sam. 12: 3.
f»«). 9: 21. Comp. tlie like use of ano
«> *^ HI. 7. — Also after other verbs,
^"^n on accus. would imply the whole,
•xi where classic writers put the sim-
ple genitive ; e. g. Matt. 25: 8 Sort '^fuv
^vtvamhvxffmv. John 6: 11. (1 Chr.
*^ 14.) John 1: 16 ix tov [nXtiQiofionog
«*««» nfuk nmntg aafioiupl Rev. 18: 4.
1 Cor. 10: 17 namg ix tov hog S^ov
Hw». Matt. 13: 47 oray^ni ix nartog
Pif^vg wfuyuYovan. Comp. Buttm.



§ 132. 4. 2. c— Spoken of a tiois or
number ovi of which one is separated,
of which he forms part, etc. John 1:
24 ol intaraXfiiyoi ^aotp ix r&p ^aqi-
uaUa¥, 2 Tim. 3: 6. Mark 14: 69 oi^o;
^1 axnm ianv, Luke 22: 3. Acts 21: 8.
— Xen. Mem. 1. 7. 10. ib. a 6. 17.
Comp. in ElfU 11. h. /. — So Phil. 4:
22 o» ix Tt^^ KahaQog olxUtg. Acts 6: 9.
Rom. 16: IQ ol ix twy ^A(funoPovkov, —
Thwc 8. 92 ol ix jov StnButg, Plut Cic.
3. Xen. Cyr. 8. 3. 5. H. G. 2. 3. 18.—
After a numeral or pronoun ; e. g. ilg
etc. Matt. 10: 29 fy ^1 avrmr, Mark 9:
17. Luke 15: 4. al. dm Mark 16: 12.
John 1: 35. nirti H atnutp Matt. 25: 2.
ngwjog ^| Acts 26: 23. dtxatrpf ix Heb.
7:4. (Xen. H.G. 1.2.9.) After riV in-
def. Heb. 4: 1 doxfi iig H vfiwf. Jamea
2: 16. nvig Luke 11: 15. Acts 11: 20.
Rom. 11:14. (Herodian. 3. 2. 18. Dem.
1265. 28.) After Ttj interrog. Malt. 21: 31
xlg ix Toiy dvo. Luke 11: 5. John 8: 46.
al. After ovdug John 7: 19. etc. — So
with ilg, Tivig, implied. Matt. 23: 34.
Luke 21: 16. John 9: 40. 16: 17. Rev.
3: 9. Comp. Winer § 51. p. 314.

Note. In composition ix implies
1. removal, out, from, off, aioay, as i*~
(ialpon, ixpdXXto, ixq>igoi, 2. continu-
ance, as ixjilroi, ixTQi(pot, 3. comple-
tion, in full, as ixdanavdia, 4. Hence
genr. intensive, as htdrjlog, i^anorrdai,
ixtaqiaafa. Ah,

"Exaatos, ff, or, (superl. fr. ixig
separate^ Buttm. § 7B, 3,) tach, everyone,
sc. of any number separately.

a) genr. Matt. 16: 27 anodonrn kxdaroi
xona TY/y Tr^al^r ainov, Luke 6: 44
txa<rtov bivdf^ov. John 7: 53. Rom. 2:
6. al. Seq. gen. plur. Matt. 26: 22
txaarog avtwr, John 6: 7. Rom. 14: 12.
al.— Xen. Cyr. 3. 3. 6. — This idea of
separation or nngling out is expressed
still more strongly by iTg txaarog, tach
one. Acts 20: 31 vov&n&v ha txatnor,
Eph. 4: 16. Rev. 21: 21. al. Seq. gen.
plur. Luke 4: 40. Acts 2: 3. al. (Xen.
An. 6. 6. 12.) So in xa^ kxatrtrp^ iifsi-
qw, where it strengthens the distribu-
tive force of xacia, Heb. 3: 13, Rev. 22: 2.
—Xen. H. G. 2. 1. 27.

b) distributively, in construction with
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with a plur. noun implied ; Matt 18:
35 Utp fiii a^^c IxaoTOC t^ idtX^
M.t.L John 16: 82. Heb. 8: 11. al.
Seq. gen. plur. Acta 11: 29. (Xen. Cjrr.
a 1. 3.) So ilg htaoTog, Acts 2: a —
Xen. An. 6. 6. 12. — In apposition with
a plural noun or pron. expressed;
Luke 2: 3 inoQtvorio narttg, tnafnog tig
tf/ricr.iL Acts 2: 8. Epb.5:33. c,b\q
I Cor.12: 18.— Xen. H. G. 7. 1. 22. Al.

'JSxaaroie^ adv. (fxaoroj,) each
<ime, ever, always^ i. e. assiduously,
1 Pet. 1: 15.— Xen. Conv. 1. 14.

'£xaioy, oJ, al, t«, o hundred.
Matt. 18: 12, 28. John 19: 39. al. —
AdveHiially, an himdred-foUL, centuple,
Matt. 13: 8. Mark 4: 8. al. comp. Luke
«: 8. Al.

'Exawyia^trfc, ov, o,^, or *xa-

zovruixil^, tog, ovg, o, fh «<lj- (^o^oVf
hog,) a hundred years old, Rom. 4: 19.
Sept for nap n»7J -j:^ Gen. 17: 17. —
On the form and flexion comp. Buttm.
§ 56. n. 4. § 70. o. 2. Ausf. Sprachl.
4 56. n. 7.* Lob. ad Phryn. p. 407.

^ E^aiovianXaaicoy, ovoq^ o, ^,

adj. (Buttm. § 71. 3,) a hundred-fold,

centuple, Luke 8: 8 noffnor btat. Matt 19:

29. Mark 10: 30. Sept. for U^T2TB n^jg

' 2 Sam. 24: a— X*n. Oec. 2. a "

^JExaToynxpXffS and ixaxoy-
TCcpX^^f oi;^ o, (kxarop, if^x^*) ^ c«n-
turion, see Adam's Rom. Ant p. 370.
In -lyC, Acts 10: 1, 22. 24: 23. 27: 1,
31._Jos. Ant. 9. 7. 2. Herodian. 5. 4.
12. — In -og. Matt. 8: 5, 8, la 27: 54.
Luke 7: 2. 6. 23: 47. Acts 21: 32. 22:
25,26. 23:17,23. 27:6,11,4a 28.16.
Sept for n^fi«73 nto Ex. 18: 25. Deut
1: 15. — Herodian. 2. la 3. Xen. Cyr.
5. a 41 bis.

*ExPaivw, aor. 2 ili^rpf, to go out ;
ao Griesb. Heb. 11: 15 a^ i^g i^iflttaav,
lor i^k&ov in text rec. Sept for ri^y
Josh. 4: 16 sq.— Joe. Ant 15. 1. a Xen!
H. G. 7. 1. 29.

'Ex^fiUw, aor. 2 /|^/8alor, plapf.
without augm. htfiiplrptnif Mark 16: 9,
comp. Buttm. § 83. n. 6 ; to ihrmo out,
to cast out, trans. Comp. in BalXu,

a) genr. and with the idea of foree.



impulsa ; seq. iig c. aec of place. Matt
15: 17 ^ iiptdifetra iuftalinmi. Act!
27: 3a Matt 8: 12. 25: 30. Sept for
ly'btrt Lev. 14: 40.~Ceb. Tab. 14. ab-
sol. ' Xen. Vect 4. 2. —Seq. t^m o. gea.
of place, Matt 21: 39 Hefi. t^ %ov i^
ntXwog, So e^u c. gen. iuipl. Luke 20:

12. John 9: 34, 35. 12: 3L Comp. Sept.
Lev. 14: 40. — In the sense of to force
out, to thrust out, to urge or drive out,
etc. Mark 9: 47 top oq>^aXuiv. Mark 1:
12 TO npevfta mviow ixfiaklu iig nfr
td^fiop. John 10: 4 nffoficna ixfiahi,
comp. i^ayn in v. 3. Seq. /x c gen.
of place, John 2: 15 niartag ^i^, ht tov
le^v. 3 John 10. Seq. e^w e. geo.
Luke 4: 29 i^v rijg nokeotg. Acts 7: 58.
1^ c. gen. impl. Luke 8: 54. John 6:
37, sc. tijg flaaihlag, 12: 31. Seq. ani
c. gen. of place, Acts la 50 i^ifl, i%o
r&p o^itttp. Ahsol. but from a place
impl. Matt. 9: 25. Luke 19: 45. Acts
la* 37. Gal. 4: 30. Spoken of demoofi
to cast or drive out, to expel, sc. from the
body of any one, e. g. ino tn'og Mark
16:9. ucTin); Mark 7:2a genr.MatL
7: 22. Mark 1: 34, 39. Luke 9: 40.— lo
the sense of to send out, sc. i^yiixag <k
TOP '&(ifurfi6p Matt 9: 38. Luke l(h 9.
So to send away, to send off, James 9:
25. — Metaph. in the sense of to cast out
sc to scorn and reproach, to reject^ Luke
6: 22 otap iMfialnai' to opofM vfutp ag
noPTji^op iptxa *. X. L i. e. when they
shall falsely slander you, i. q. dnmt
nap nopr^QOP (iifia »a^ vfi&p yfivdofdro^
tpixip jc T. A. Matt 5: 11. — Ael V. H.

13. 16 of a rejected actor. Dem. 449.
19.

b) tlie idea of fonte being dro|^)
to take out, to extract, to remove, etc.
Matt. 7: 4 ixfiaXw to JtoQqjog omo tov
oqp^. V. 5 iH Tot/ o<p^. Luke 6: 42. So
to bring out or forth, etc. Luke 10: S5^
Matt 12: 35 bis. v. 20 Utg ap hfial^ A
pUog tfip nqUrof, quoted from b. 42: 3,
where Sept elg iXiid^nap i^oian tfflow
for Heb. D»-.p» «'»a:*i'« n»«!^.— Also,to
throw out, i.*e. not to induat^to Uave md,
Rev. 11: 2 tifP avXiiP ti^p t^&wp isflslB
S^ i so the writer explaias it by add-
ing the neg. wH p^ mvtffp pn^iffis-
Af..

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ipokeaof agrewfrom life, erir, end, Ifeb.
]& 7 ufimnf 1^5 aya(7Tf<K;pf^^ — WM.
ft 17. corop. Pol. 3. 7. 2.— Trop. of the
od of any thiDg, i. e. rentU^ eweni, end,
1 Cor. ICh la - Wisd. 8: 9. Pbavor.

ExjSoAtJ, TJg^ ^, (UpiXlfa,) a cast-
n^ ovi, 8C. of the hiding of a ship in
order to lighten her, LslI, jachira. Acts
27: 18 ix/SolrfV Inoiohno. So Sept. for
injn Jon. 1: 5. — Aristot. Etb. 3. 1.
Dem. 926. 17.

Exyafii^io, f. /<rai, to marry oxd,
oiM. i e. to gftre in marriagt, abaol.
1 Cor. 7:38 bis, comp. ro/i/foi. Pass.
Mm. 22: 30. 34: 38. Luke 17: 37.

ExyafiiaTtco^ i. q. inyafiUSti, Pass.
Lake 20: 34, 35.

Exyoroc^ ov, o, ij, adj. (ixylvoftaiy
pwC 2 ixyiyowa,) lit, eprungfrom, horn
^, ioi. Ant. 3. 12. 1 a/a^oy xai /tic/o-
W «v3^My Ix/'oyoy. Hence a deecendr
•i| of tny kind, ae son, daughter, grand-
cbiid, ^e. AmmoniuB p. 47. Horn. 11.
5. 8ia ib. 20. 20a al.— In N. T. neut.
T« ttt^oya, descendants, spec. grandckU-
™, I Tim. 5: 4 Texya ij fx/oya. Sept.
geor. for It}^-]^ Is. 49: 15. qt: Deut.
» 10. 31: 12. ^na Deut. 7: 13." Is. 14:
«. — Hegych. txyopw tixva tixvotr.
8«nr.Xen. Lac. 1.4.

Exdanayuco, iJ, f.tjaw, to ^m^
wrf, i. e. entirely, to consume ; Pass, to
•e CDfintmef^ to 6« entirely spent, spoken
of one^B life, powers, etc. vni^ iiyog
»Cor. 12: 15.— Pol. 17. 11. 10. Comp.
Kypke ad loc.

Exdi'j^ofjiai, f. lofiat, to receive
fi^ aoy quarter, trans. Ecclus. 18: 14.
Herodot. 2. 166 ult. or in succession,
in lam, Horn. II. la 710. Herodot. 4.
39-— In N. T. iuchoatively, to he ahout
le numfrvm any quarter, i. e. to wait
/«r, (o look for, to expect, trans. John 5:
^ixitx. »^y Tov vdaiog ulnjaiv. Acts 17:
16. lCor.ll:3:J. 16:JL Heh.ll:10.
Junes 5: 7. ahsol. Heb. 10: la 1 Pet.
i20.^Pol3.45.a ih.20. 4.5.

£x^^^ oi;, o,if,adj.(isintens.
^^f) i. q. ^^lof hot stronger, quite
M*», eeiijp»Ri0ia, 2 Tfei. ft 9.— 3 Mace.

*». PoLaia.4.



to go ottf /roifi one'# peop/e, to he absent
from one*s country, Jos. Ant. 9. 4. 6 iit-
driftfjaartog di tig Ja/jiaaxoy 'Muraalov
tov ngofpritov, Arr. Diss. Ep. L 4. 23.
Comp. hd^ifiog Xen. Cyr. 8. 5. 26.— In
N. T. genr. to he absent from any place,
person, etc. 2 Cor. 5: 6, 8, 9. Comp.
\4jtodrifii(o,

Exdidcofin^ f. indtMrta, to give otil,
i. e. to publish, e. g. a hook, decree, etc.
Esdr. 8:4. Pol. 2. 37. 6. to deliver out
or u/>, e. g. a person, Pol. a a 8, 10.
Xen. An. a 6. 10, 18. to ptoce out sc
in marriage, to give in marriage, Sept
Ex. 2: 22. Herodian. 1. 8. 6, 7. to give
out on hire, to let out, Ael. V. H. 14. 15.
Pol. 6. 17. 2. - In N. T. Mid. fxdido/iah
to let out, to hire out, sc. for one's own
benefit, e. g. afintX&va, Matt 21: 33, 41.
Mark 12: 1. Luke 20: 9.

'JExAtr^y/o/uai, ovftai, f. TJaofiai,
(dtfiyiofAat,) to teU out, to relate in full,
trans. Acts 13: 41. 15:3. Sept. for
nB5 Ez. 12: 16. Heb. 1: 5l — Ecclus.
3a 8. 42: 17.

JExdixeto, (S, £ iJcTM, (^dinog,) to
execute right and justice, viz.

a) to do justice to^ to maintain one*s
right, to defend one's cause, Luke 18: 5.
So in constr. praegn. Luke 18: 3 ix^
dUriaop fu ino rod urtidiMov fiov, comp.
in 'JEh 1. b.— Sept Ps. 37: 2a 1 Mace.
6: 22. la a

b) to avenge, i. e. to make penal satis-
faction ; Rom. 12: 19 p) kavtoig ix-
dutotrrtg, coll. v. 17, 20. So to take
vengeance of, to punish, e. g. in the
constr. praegn. to alfia ano upog or &
uyog, hloodfrom or at the hand of any
one. Rev. 6: 10. 19: 2. Comp. in *E»
1. b. So Sept for ]q CjDa 2 K. 9: 7.
comp. also for ]^ :an^ **f)eut 18: 19.
^JiB Hos. 1: 4. — * Herodian. 2. 6. 13.
Dem. 801. 24._In the sense to j^imifi^
simply, 2 Cor. 10: 6 naaav nagoiuniv.
So Sept and Cjj: Ex. 21: 20. M^
Ob. 21.— Ecclus. 5/ a 2a 21.

'ExAiXf^aic, €f09, i5, (Mude$,) cse.
cirftbn of right and justice, viz.

a) maintenance of right, support^ pro-
tecticn ; hence nonlv ixdU^jaiv, I. q.
h^umh, to mauUatfi otie'i rights to de-



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fend one'i eotcte, leq. gen. of pen. for
whom, Luke 18: 7, S. seq. dat. of pers.
against whom, Acts 7: 24. Com p. Sept
Judg. 11: 36. 2 K. 22: 48.

b) avengemeni, vengeanct, i. e. penal
retribution, Rom. 12: 19. Heb. 10: 30.
SepL for nl2p2 2 Sam. 4: 8. Ps. 79: 10.
Jer. 11: 20.' 'n-Jj^B Hos. 9: 7.— In the
sense of vindictive ^justice, punishment^
Luke 21: 22 fiftiqah ixd^x^tnotg. 2 Thess.
1: 8. 1 Pet. 2: 14. So 2 Cor. 7: 11,
referring to the evil doer ; comp. v. 12.
Comp. SepL for dp: Mic. 5: 15.— Ec-
clus. 7: 17. 47: 25. ''

JSiefixoc, ov, o, ^, (/x, dlxtj,) pp.
executing tight and justice ; hence, a
retributer, avenger, punisher, Rom. 13: 4.
1 Thess. 4: 6. — Wisd. 12: 12. Eccius.
30: 6. Aristaenet. 1. 27. Herodian. 2.
14.6.

E^ditoxcoy f. (o), to pursue out^
to drive out of or from a place etc.
Sept. for qnrr Deut. 6: 19. pTl-jn
Joel 2: 20. Chald. nnD Dan. 4: 22. -1
Hence in N. T. to persecute, trans, i. q.
duaxa, but stronger, Luke 11: 49.
1 Thess. 2: 15. Sept. for p)nn Ps.
119: 157 Eccius. 30: 19.

"Exd'OTOC^ ov, o, »;, adj. {indidiafu,)
ddivered out or up, Acts 2: 23. — Bel
and Drag. 26. Jos. Ant. 6. 13. 9. He-
rodot. 6. 85.

*Exdoxq, r}g, ^, (ixdixofiah) a
tvaitingfor, expectation, Heb. 10: 27.

Exdvio^ f. vcrcD, as in trans, to go or
eonie out of, ixdvg fuyaqoto Horn. Od.
22. 334 ; hence in the trans, relation, to
put offBC, clothes ; comp. Buttm. § 114
dvoi, — In N. T. to put off, to strip
one of his clothes, to unctothe; with
two accus. Matt 27: 31 i^idvoar ainop
T^y xXafAvda, Mark 15: 20. c. ace. of
pers. Matt 27: 28. Luke 10: 30. See
Buttm. § 131. 5. Sept for i:ujs Gen.
37: 22. Num. 20: 28.— Xen. C/r. 1. a
17. c. ace. of garm. ib. 1. 4. 26. absol.
An. 4. 3. 12. — Mid. to lay off one's
clothes, to unclothe oneself, trop. of the
mortal body, 2 Cor. 5: 4, see iu Ayi-
pog b.

Exdiy adv. of place, there, i. e.
a) of place where, thtre, in that place.



Matt 2: IZ nai ta&t iM& tmg n. x. L 5:
24. 6: 21. 12: 45. James 3: 3. al. So
by impl. Luke 13: 28 htil untu o »Utv-
^liiq K. T. A. as in the correepoDdiog
passages, Matt 8: 12. 13: 42, 50. 24:
5L 25:30. k\ao ol (kh^ those fhsreylt.
those who were there, Matt 26: 71.
Sept for DO Gen. 2: 8, 12.— Xen. H.G.
a 2. 14. il inn ib. L 6. 4. - By Heb.
joined with ottoi;, as ottoi; l%fi, what,
Mark 6: 55. Rev. 12: 6, 14. So Sept
for t3p nujK 1 Sam. 9: 10. Gen. 13: 4.
Comp! Gesen. Lehrg. p. 74a Stuart
§ 478. b.

b) by attraction, spoken of place
whither, thither, to that place ^ after veitt
of motion, instead of ittehB, see Buttm.
§ 151. I. 8. Winer Gr. § 58. 7. Herm.
ad Vig. p. 790, 89a Matt 2: 22 iipofii'
Sifl intl antld-eiv, i. e. for the sake of
remaining there. Mark 6: 3a Luke
12: 18. 17: 37. John 11: 8. 18: S, al
So Matt 17: 20, coll. 21: 21. So Sept.
and no Deut 1: 37. Judg. 18: a
2 Saro.*17: 18. for rr^^ZJ Deut 4: 43.
—Herodian. 4. 8. 9. Xen. H. 0. 1.2.9.
ib. 7. 1. 27. Al.

*Ex€i&£v, adv. (hu, Buttm. §116.
6,) thence, from that place^ Matt 4: 21
ngopig ixil^ey, 5:26. 9:9,27. Actsia
4. 20: 13. al. So oi ixei&sv, those Jrm
thence, i. e. those who belong there,
Luke 16: 26. Sept for t];2;'73 Gen. 28:
2, 6.— Xen. H. G. 1. a 40.' An. 5. 6. 24.
ol ixii&tp Eur. Hec. 719. ed. Poraon.
Al.

Exdivog, ff, o, pron. demooitr.
{iMU,) that, that one there, pXwr. thorn;
equiv. to an emphatic he, she^ it, or to
he there, she there, it there. When io an
antithesis or opposition, it usually refen
to the person or thing more remote or
absent ; elsewhere to the next preced-
ing, which it thus often renders mora
definite and emphatic. Matth. $471.
Passow Lex.

a) in antithesis etc. referring to the
more remote subject e. g. with ovtof,
Luke 18: 14 MxxijSri ovrog dtdixuuBfdPOf
fj yaq imlvoq. James 4: 15. So gear.
Matt, la 11 viiuf didotat — iMsho^q t% w
didorat. Mark 16: 20. John 5: 35, 47.
8: 42. Heb. 12: 25. al. saep. So Luke
ia4 colL V.2. 19: 27 coll. v. 14, 26.-



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Luc D. Mort. 14. 6 or 9. Xen. Cyr. 1.
i 19 oJro*— 6i«lro». An. 3. 1. 21,29.

b) irithotit aDthh. referring to the
pereon or thing immediately preceding
or just mentioned, (a) genr. MatL 17:
27 il^finiq (najri^ * innvov lafiup dog
1. 1, i. Acts 3: J 3 JItXdtoVf ni^poortog
M^v, Mark a 24. 16:10,11,13. John
4:25. 5: 19, 4a 7: 45. 13: 6, 27. Rom.
14: 14. 2 Cor. 8: 9. James 1: 7 o
if^^tmog imupog. 2 Pet 1: 16. 1 John
5:16. al. Comp. Winer § 23. 1. Matth.
L c. Pasaow sub voc. — Xen. Mem. 1.
l.a ib. 1. 3. 13. Conv. 2. 25.— So with
tsabfitof time, and referring to a time
more or less definite, e. g. ir raig ^fii-
^ huiffuq Matt. 3: 1. Luke 2: 1. 4: 2.
aL h ixtUaig laig t;^ Matt. 24: 19.
Mark 1: 9. 2: 20. al. h xj ^^ iniivji
Matt 7:22. 13: 1. al. h Ldrti t? nl^
Matt. 22: 23. Mark 4: 35. al. an ixtl^
fns THi ^fi. Maa. 22: 46. (Xen. An. 1.
7. 18.) So Matt 8: 13. 10: 19. 9: 22.
11: 25. 12: 1. Acts 12: 1. 19: 2a —
ip) Emphatic, like the Engl, that, he, etc.
where however the emphasis lies in the
coDstruction, and not in the word itself.
Thus where it is put instead of repeat-
ing the subject etc. (comp. in ^1109 I.
^] Mark 7: 15 la ixnoqtvofuva an
«wo5, imraitni x. t. Z. v. 20. John 1:
18 ^oyo/CT^f vtos—ixHyog i^r^yrjaato.
5: 11 notr,aag /if vyiij, ixuvog fiot ilntv.
^37. 10: 1. 12: 48. 14: 26. Rom. 14:
14. 2 Cor. 10: 18. al. — Xen. Cyr. 6.
1. 17. ib. 6. 2. 3a— Or where it intro-
duces a following clause, e. g. before a
relative, John la 26 ixtirog ion, w k.tX
Rom 14: 15. John 10: 35. Heb. & 7.
11:15. So neiit. ixUvo before oit.
Matt. 24: 43 ixitwo yirtaaxm^ ou *. t. A.
-Xea. Cyr. 2. 1. 3, 21— Especially for
P^WMw well known and celebrated;
«wip. in Alnog I. 2. b. Matt 27: 63
^f^ niarog. So of Jesus, John 7:
n Jwv iaiip htthoqi 2 Tim. 2: 13.
1 Mn 3: 3, 5, 7.— Luc. D. Door. 11. 1.
M V. H. 2. 14. Dem. 308. 18. — In
«« manner ij ^/u^pa ixilvn refers
JJ the time of Christ's second coming,
M«t7:22.26:29. Acts 2: 18. 2Thess.
J- 10. Re?. 16:14.

«) genit tuilvfjgi as an adv. for Ixc/k^
f^tkmwmf; Lake 19: 4 ot» iMlrng
V^ Hfw^«4> where text r«c has
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dt ixdrfif. Comp^ Buttm. § 115. n. 3.
Matth. § 377. 1. § 486.

JSxeJoe, ndv. (ixti Buttm. § 116.
6,) thither, to that place, Xen. H. G. 1. d
10. ib. 2. 2. 2. In N. T. by attraction,
instead of inn, there, in that place, comp.
in 'J&fT b. Buttm. § 151. 1. 8. Herm.
ad Vig. p. 790, 893. Acts 21: 3. 22: 5
xal tovg ixfiat orrag. — Sept. Job 39: 29.
Act^Thom.8. Jos. Ant 3. 2.1 tiI imU
(TB t&nj. Herodian. 2. 9. 15. Only in
later writers, cf. Passow.

lixZ^reco, oT, f. i^ato, to nek otrf,
to search out, sc. any thing lost. Sept
for ;rn7 Ez. 34: 11. nips Ez. 34: 12.
In N. T.' metaph. viz.

a) to inquire diligently, to scrutinize,
c c. ne(fi uvog I Pet. 1: 10, where it is
parall. with iUgevpata. Sept for Iph
Ps.44:22 — Ecclus. 39: 3.

b) to seek after, i. e. to endeavour to
gain, to solicit, trans. Heb. 12: 17 ^o
daxf^vw hStfti^ag avTfjy. Sept for
iCjja Ps. 122: 9. f^l 1 K. 14: 5.
Mic. 6: 8. — By Hebraism* in the sense
of to require, to demand, e. g. hitirw to
alfia upog dno tirog, i. e. to avenge, to
punish, Luke 11: 50, 51. So Sept
and ijpa Ez. 3: 18, 20. 2 Sam. 4: 11.
u:-^-! Gen. 9: 5. 42:22.

cf from the Heb. ixtrjulv top ^«oV,
to seek out God, i. e. to turn to him,
humbly and sincerely to follow and
obey him, Acts 15: 17. Rom. 3: 11.
Heb. 11: 6. So Sept and ttrpa Deut
4: 29. Jer. 29: 13. t-\'^ Deiit 4: 29.
2 Chr. 15: 2, 13.— EccluV 24: 34.

'Exi^afi/3eca, cJ, f. i}<r«, (h&ttfA-
Pog,) to astonish outright, to a$naze,
Aquil. for n:S3 Job 33: 7. Ecclus. 30: 9.
— In N. T. Pass. ix^afifiiOfioi, ovfAui,
to he greatly amazed, astonished, sc. from
admiration, Mark 9: 15. from terror,
Mark 16: 5, 6. from distress of mind,
Mark 14: 33, where it is paral. with
Xvn$ia&ai Matt 26: 37. Comp. Tittm.
de Synon. N. T. p. 134.

^Ex&afA^og, ou, 6, ^, adj. (in,
S^afA^og,) quite astonished, greatly amaz-
ed. Acts 3: 11.— Pol. 20. 10.9.

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7: 19 noUlv Xit&na ta Pi^ifffiy ^-^I- ^^^
ti^ivai Tcc Pgi(fii, i. e. to expose. Comp.
Ex. c. 2. — So Philo de Vit. Mos. I.
p. 604 toy natda inxt^iaai. ib. a^ikq>i\
xov ixTB&ivjos (iqifpovg. Ael. V. H. 2. 7.

ExxaO-aigoD, f. a^oi, (na&aiqiOy)
to pwfi^e outt i. e. to cleanse thoroughly ;
pp. TGf^ aanldag ijattxad-agfiitfagj i. e.
burnished, Xen. An. 1. 2. 16. in N. T.
metaph. c. ace. of pers. iavrov ano Tirog
2 Tim. 2: 21. Sept for ^j-ns Judg. 7:
4. — Xen.Conv. 1. 4. — Seq. ace. of thing,
to cleanse outf to put away, etc. 1 Cor.
5: 7. — Dinarch. contra Aristogit. p. G7
itota&. Jtiv dagodoxlav. pp. Sept. Deut.
26: 13.

Exxalfo^ nor. 1 pass. i^^xavdr,v,
to cause to burn or flame ovi^ u e. to kin-
die, trans. Herodot. 4. 134. Sept. for
^52 Ex. 22: 6. Judg. 15: 5. metaph.
Toy noXfjuov Plut. Agesi. 31 med. — In
N. T. Pass, or Mid. to bum out, to flame
up, intrans. i. e. to he inflamed, to bum
vehemently ; metaph. 4v rij ogi^H, with
lust, Rom. 1: 27. — Of anger, Sept. for
nya Ps. 2: 12. Jer. 4: 4. y^y Deut.
29: '20. So Diod. Sic. 14. 108. 'Pol. 9.
10. 10. pp. Dion. Hal. Ant. 7. 14.

Exxaxeco, co, f. >;(rfti, (^x, xaxog,)
pp. to turn out a coward, i. e. to lose
one's courage ; in N. T. genr. to he
fainthearted, to faint, to despond, sc. iu
view of trial, difficulty, etc. intrans.
Eph. 3: 13 aixovftai> fAt] ixxaxtir iv toiig
^Xlifnal /Aov vnig vpiav, 2 Cor. 4: 1 , 16.
— In the sense of to be remiss, slothful,
sc. in duty, Luke 18: 1. Gal. 6: 0.
2 Thess. 3: 13. — Hesych. ixxaxovjuep •
ifuXovfur, axfjdimfuv. Pol. 14. 19. 10,
where others i/naxdta,

Exx^vxid)^ cJ, C iJ(roi, to prick out,
to pierce out, trans, e. g. rovg ofp&aXfiovg,
Ael. H. A. 17. 20. comp. Valckn. Diair.
p. 203. In N. T. to pierce through^ to
transfix, trans. John 19: 37. Rev. 1: 7.
Comp. Zech. 12: 10, where Sept for
^gT, as also Judg. 9: 54. for ann
Num. 22: 9. — 2 Mace. 1 2: 6. Pol. "s!
56.12.

ExxXaro^ to, f. oo-cti, aor. 1 pass.
ilnXwT^ Battm. § 98. n. 6. % 100. 3 ;
io break out or eff, trana. e. g. a branch.



Rom. 11: 17, 19, 20. Sept. for 9D17
Lev. 1: 17.

'ExxAeico, f. ehm, aor. 1 pass. <5-
QtXtia&fi Buttm. § 98. n. 6. §100. 3 ; to
shut out, to exclude, trans, pp. Pol. 25.

1. 10.— In N. T. trop. to exclude, sc
from the intercourse and instruction of
any one, seq. accus. Gal. 4: 17. (So
unoxXiUa Plut Alcib. 4.) Pass, to be
excluded, i. e. to have no place, Rom .
3: 27.

'Exx Areata, ag, ij, {hocXritog called
out, summoned, from ixxaXita,) a convo-
cation, assembly, congregation, viz.

a) pp. of persons legally called out or
summoned ; Acts 19: 39 iv rfj iwofua ix-
xXrjala sc. of the people; and hence
also of a tumultuous assembly not legal.
Acts 19: 32, 40. — Judith 6: 16. 14: 6.
Ael. V. H. 5. 12. Xen. Mem. a 7. a
An. 1. 3. 2. — In the Jewish sense, con-
gregation, assembly, of the people for
worship, e. g. in a synagogue. Matt 18:

17. or genr. Acts 7: 8. Heb. 2: 12
quoted from Ps. 22: 22, where Sept for
hr^p ; also Deut 18: 16. 2 Chr. 1: 3,
5. al. — 1 Mace. 2: 56. 4: 59. Ecclus.
13:20.

b) in the christian sense, an assembly
sc. of Christians, genr. 1 Cor. 11: 18
avvtqxoiuvoi iv ixxXtiaitx, Hence, a
church, the christian church, viz. (o) a
panicular church, e. g. in Jerusalem,
Acts 8: 1. 11: 22. al. in Antiocb, Acts
11: 26. 13: 1. al. in Corinth, 1 Cor. 1:

2. 2 Cor. 1:1. of Asia Minor, 1 Cor.
16: 19. of Galatia, Gal. 1: 2. at Thes-



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