athetésis: a setting asideOriginal Word: ἀθέτησις, εως, ἡ
Part of Speech: Noun, Feminine
Phonetic Spelling: (ath-et'-ay-sis)
Short Definition: nullification, abrogation
Definition: annulment, nullification, abrogation.
Cognate: 115 athétēsis – properly, annulment (cancellation), i.e. what is rendered "no longer in effect" (literally, "no longer having a place"). See 114 (atheteō).Word Origin
a setting aside
put away (1), setting aside (1).
STRONGS NT 115: ἀθέτησις
ἀθέτησις, (εως, ἡ (ἀθετέω, which see; like νουθέτησις from νουθετεῖν), abolition: Hebrews 7:18; Hebrews 9:26; (found occasionally in later authors, as Cicero, ad Att. 6, 9; Diogenes Laërtius 3, 39, 66: in the grammarians rejection; more frequently in ecclesiastical writings).<1>
a setting aside, annulment
From atheteo; cancellation (literally or figuratively) -- disannulling, put away.
see GREEK atheteo αθετησιν αθέτησιν ἀθέτησιν αθετησις αθέτησις ἀθέτησις athetesin athetēsin athétesin athétēsin athetesis athetēsis athétesis athétēsis