Definition of dispersion:
- The act or process of scattering or dispersing, or the state of being scattered or separated; as, the Jews in their dispersion retained their rites and ceremonies; a great dispersion of the human family took place at the building of Babel.
- The separation of light into its different colored rays, arising from their different refrangibilities.
- dispersion (part of speech: noun)
- looseness (part of speech: noun)
- divergence (part of speech: noun)
Whilst Alexander spent his life in actively seeking " the lost sheep of the house of Israel" in various lands of their dispersion, and Schereschewsky the " other sheep" of the Redeemer's fold in the heathen Empire of China, Bishop Hellmuth's career was mainly associated with the promotion of the spiritual and intellectual interests of the sons and daughters of the Greater Britain beyond the seas.- "Some Jewish Witnesses For Christ", Rev. A. Bernstein, B.D..
- "Seed Dispersal", William J. Beal.
- "Thoughts on Missions", Sheldon Dibble.