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Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #3765 - οὐκέτι
or οὐκ ἔτι, Adv.
no more, no longer, no further: and generally, not now, opp. οὔπω (not yet), freq. in Hom., Hes., Hdt., and Att.; οὐκέτι πάμπαν Il. 13.701; οὐκέτι πάγχυ 19.343; with a word between, οὐ πάμπαν ἔτι 13.7; οὐ γὰρ ἔτι 2.13, 141, etc. — Sts. reversely, ἔτ' οὐκ S. Tr. 161, cf. ἔτ' οὐδέν Id. Ph. 1217 (lyr.); ἔτ' οὐδείς Ar. Pl. 1177.
neg. adv. of time,
no longer, no more: Matthew 19:6, Mark 10:8, Luke 15:19, John 4:42, Romans 6:9, Galatians 3:25 Ephesians 2:19 Hebrews 10:18, al.; c. neg. (to strengthen the negation), Matthew 22:46 Mark 5:3, Acts 8:39, al.
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";overlook,"; ";neglect,"; is found in an Inscr. dealing with the right of asylum at the temple of Pnepheros at Theadelphia, Chrest. I. 70.24 (B.C. 57–6) τούτου δὲ γενομένου ἔσται τὸ θεῖον μὴ παρατεθεωρημένον : cf. Acts 6:1.
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