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Strong's #5144 - τριάκοντα
and Ion. τρῐήκ-, late Gr. τρῐάντα (q. v.), οἱ, αἱ, τά, indecl.; but gen. τριηκόντων Hes. Op. 696, also in later , Call. Fr. 67; dat. τριηκόντεσσιν AP 11.41 (Phld.): —
thirty, Il. 2.516, IG 12.1.9, etc.; τ. καὶ ἕνα thirty-one, ib.42(1).71.9 (Epid., iii B. C.). II οἱ τ., esp.,
1 at Sparta, a council of war of thirty, X. Ages. 1.7, HG 3.4.2, 20, 4.1.5, al.
2. at Athens, the Thirty, commonly called the thirty tyrants, appointed on the taking of Athens (404 B.C.), ib. 2.3.2, IG 22.6.12, Pl. Ap. 32c, Arist. Rh. 1400a18.
3. certain magistrates, v. τεσσαράκοντα; οἱ λογισταὶ οἱ τ. (IG 12.91.8) are sts. called simply οἱ τ., IG 12.191.1, 193.1. [In late Epigr. ᾰκ, AP 11.298, etc.]
τριάκοντα , ἱο , αἱ , τά ,
thirty: Matthew 13:8, al.
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ὑπερήφανος is always used in a bad sense in Biblical Greek, ";haughty,"; ";arrogant"; : cf. the adj. as a personal epithet in P Oxy III. 530.28 (ii/A.D.) ἀσπάζου. . . Λεοντᾶν τὸν ὑπερήφανον, ";salute Leontas the proud,"; and the adv. in P Cairo Zen I. 59080.4 (B.C. 257) μαστιγῶν ἐμὲ ὑπερηφ [άνως.
Commenting on James 4:6, Hort has shown how readily the thought of personal arrogance passes into ";insolence"; or ";scorn,"; the adj. thus standing midway between ἀλάζων and ὑβριστής (cf. Romans 1:30). See further Trench Syn. § 29.
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