|Noah Webster's Dictionary|
1. (adv.) With distinctness; not confusedly; without the blending of one part or thing another; clearly; plainly; as, to see distinctly.
2. (adv.) With meaning; significantly.
Int. Standard Bible Encyclopedia
dis-tinkt'-li: Only Nehemiah 8:8, "They read in the book, in the law of God, distinctly." Probably the better rendering is the Revised Version, margin "with an interpretation," i.e. translating into Aramaic. The Hebrew word is a participle of the verb parash = "to make distinct." The corresponding Aramaic word occurs in Ezra 4:18 = "plainly" the King James Version and the Revised Version (British and American), better "translated" the Revised Version, margin.
Distinctly (8 Occurrences)
Mark 8:25 Then for the second time He put His hands on the man's eyes, and the man, looking steadily, recovered his sight and saw everything distinctly. (WEY DBY)
Acts 10:3 About three o'clock one afternoon he had a vision, and distinctly saw an angel of God enter his house, who called him by name, saying, "Cornelius!" (WEY NIV)
1 Corinthians 1:11 For I have been distinctly informed, my brethren, about you by Chloe's people, that there are dissensions among you. (WEY)
Exodus 21:5 But if the bondman shall say distinctly, I love my master, my wife, and my children, I will not go free; (DBY)
Deuteronomy 27:8 You shall write on the stones all the words of this law very plainly." (See NAS)
Ezra 4:18 The letter that ye sent to us has been read before me distinctly. (DBY)
Nehemiah 8:8 They read in the book, in the law of God, distinctly; and they gave the sense, so that they understood the reading. (WEB KJV JPS ASV DBY WBS)
Isaiah 32:4 The man of sudden impulses will become wise in heart, and he whose tongue is slow will get the power of talking clearly. (See RSV)