Disannul, Disannulling - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
Disannul, Disannulling[ A-1,Verb,G114, atheteo ]
signifies to put as of no value" (a, negative, theton, "what is placed," from tithemi, "to put, place"); hence,
(a) "to act towards anything as though it were annulled;" e.g., to deprive a law of its force by opinions or acts contrary to it, Galatians 3:15, AV, "disannulleth," RV, "maketh void;"
(b) "to thwart the efficacy of anything, to nullify, to frustrate it," Luke 7:30, "rejected;" 1 Corinthians 1:19, "will I reject;" to make void, Galatians 2:21; to set at nought, Jude 1:8, RV (AV, "despised"); the parallel passage, in 2 Peter 2:10, has kataphroneo. In Mark 6:26, the thought is that of breaking faith with. See DESPISE, A, Note
[ A-2,Verb,G208, akuroo ]
"to deprive of authority" (a, negative, kuros, "force, authority;" cp. kurios, "a lord," kuroo, "to strengthen"), hence, "to make of none effect," Matthew 15:6; Mark 7:13, with reference to the commandment or word of God, RV, "to make void," is translated "disannul" in Galatians 3:17, of the inability of the Law to deprive of force God's covenant with Abraham. This verb stresses the effect of the act, while No. 1 stresses the attitude of the rejector. See VOID.
[ B-1,Noun,G115, athetesis ]
akin to A, No. 1, "a setting aside, abolition," is translated "disannulling" Hebrews 7:18, with reference to a commandment; in Hebrews 9:26 "to put away," with reference to sin, lit., "for a putting away." See PUTTING, Note.