the Week of Proper 3 / Ordinary 8
Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary Greek Lexicon
Strong's #5311 - ὕψος
- of measurement
- of place, heaven
- metaph. rank, high station
ὕψος, εος, τό,
height, ὕψος κρεῖσσον ἐκπηδήματος A. Ag. 1376; εἰς ὕ. αἴρειν τινά E. Ph. 404; κυπαρίττων ὕψη καὶ κάλλη Pl. Lg. 625c; ὕ. ἔχειν, λαμβάνειν, rise some height, Th. 1.91, 4.13, cf. 2.75; ἀφ' ὕψους [με] δισκοβόλησε Epigr.Gr. 336 (Alexandria Troas): pl., Pl. Ti. 44d: abs. ὕψος, in height, opp. μῆκος, εὖρος, πλάτος, Hdt. 1.50, 178, IG 12.372.24, 22.1666 A 79, PMich.Zen. 38.12, al. (iii B. C.); so ἐς ὕψος Hdt. 2.13, 155.
II metaph., summit, crown, ὕ. ἀμαθίας Pl. 351d; σεμνότητος Arist. Mu. 398a12.
2. sublimity, grandeur, τῶν λόγων Metrod. Herc. 831.8, cf. Longin. 1.1, al.: pl., Id. 3.4, 7.4.
ὕψος, ὕψους, τό, from Aeschylus and Herodotus down, the Sept. for מָרום, קומָה, גֹּבַה, etc., height: properly, of measure, Ephesians 3:18; Revelation 21:16; of place, heaven (A. V. on high), Ephesians 4:8 (from Psalm 67:19
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ὕψος , -ους , τό ,
[in LXX for H6967, H4791, etc.;]
height: Ephesians 3:18 James 1:9, Revelation 21:16; of heaven (EV, on high), ἐξ ὕ ., Luke 1:78; Luke 24:49; εἰς ὕ ., Ephesians 4:8 (LXX)†
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in the wide sense of ";payment,"; ";rent,"; may be illustrated by such passages as P Giss I. 954 (A.D. 95) φ [ό ]ρου οὗ ἐμίσθωσά σ ̣[οι ] ἐλαιομργίου, ";rent of the vineyard which I let to you,"; P Oxy X. 127919 (A.D. 139) φόρου τῶν <ν >ομῶν κατ᾽ ἔτος σὺν παντὶ δραχμῶν τεσσάρων, ";at the annual rent for the pastures of four drachmae in all"; (Edd.), id. XVII. 21412 (A.D. 208?) ἐξοδίασον εἰς φόρους ἐδαφῶν. . . ἀργυρίο [υ ] δραχμὰ [ς ] τριακοσίας, ";pay for rent of lands three hundred drachmae of silver,"; and P Tebt II. 37723, 27 (A.D. 210), which illustrates the common distinction between ἐκφόριον (";rent in kind";) and φόρος (";rent in money";) in leases of the Roman period; for exceptions see the editor’s note, and ib. 4246 (late iii/A.D.) ἴσθε δὲ ὅτι ὀφίλις φόρους καὶ ἀποφορὰς ἑπτὰ ἐτῶν, ὡς ἐὰ ̣<ν > μὴ ἀποκατασ tασίας [δ ]ὴ πέμψῃς [ο ]ἶδάς σου τὸ [ν ] κίνδυνον, ";let me tell you that you owe seven years’ rent and dues, so unless you now send discharges you know your danger."; (Edd.). In P Iand I. 2615 (A.D. 98) we have the phrase φό ̣ρου ̣ τοῦ πα ̣ν ̣τός, ";the total rent,"; for which the editor compares P Lond 90610 (A.D. 128) (= III. p. 108), P Fay 9313 (A.D. 161), al. See also Preisigke Fachwörter s.v.
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