Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #2988 - λαμπρῶς
- splendidly, magnificently
- of sumptuous living
Adverb from G2986
* λαμπρῶς ,
splendidly: of sumptuous fare (as freq.; cf. ἐδέσματα λαμπρά , Sirach 29:22), Luke 16:19.†
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In C. and B. i. p. 182, No. 70, we hear of ἀνδρὸς βουλευτοῦ καὶ πάσας ἀρχὰς κὲ λειτουργίας λαμπρῶς κὲ ἐπιφανῶς ἐκτετελεκότος. For this epithet = ";sumptuously"; in connexion with feasting, as in Luke 16:19, see the exx. from late Greek in Field Notes. 69 f.
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