- disturbance, upheaval, revolution
- disturbance, upheaval, revolution, almost anarchy, first in the political, and thence in the moral sphere.
- ἀκαταστασία, -ας, ἡ (< ἀκατάστατος),
[in LXX: Pro.26:28 (מִדְחֶה), Tob.4:13 * ;]
instability (MM, VGT, see word); hence, confusion, tumult:; pl. (Bl., §32, 6),
Refs1Co.14:33, Jas.3:16(Polyb., al.; see Cremer, 739).†
RefsLuk.21:9, 2Co.6:5, 12:20
1) instability, a state of disorder, disturbance, confusion
From G182; instability, that is, disorder
KJV Usage: commotion, confusion, tumult.