the Week of Proper 19 / Ordinary 24
Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary Greek Lexicon
Strong's #3357 - μετρίως
- in due measure
- moderately, exceedingly
Adverb from a derivative of G3358
μετρίως (μέτριος), adverb (from Herodotus down);
a. in due measure.
b. moderately: οὐ μετρίως (A. V. not a little), exceedingly (Plutarch, Flam. 9, et al.), Acts 20:12.
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** μετρίως ,
(μέτριος , moderate),
[in LXX: 2 Maccabees 15:38 *;]
moderately: litotes, οὐ μ ., exceedingly, Acts 20:12.†
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For the form cf. ὀνικός, and μυλονικός cited s.v. μύλος.
syll 583 (= .3996).16 (c. i/A.D. ?) ἄγαλμα μαρμάρινον Αρτέμιδος ἐπὶ παραστάδι μυλίνῃ. The editor compares CIG II. 3371.4 σὺν τῇ κειμένῃ σορῷ ἔσω μυλίνῃ, [ἐ ]ν ᾗ ἔνεστί μου ἡ γυνή, and quotes Boeckh to the effect that the reference is to the kind of stone of which millstones were made.
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