Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #5152 - τρίστεγον
- having three roofs or stories, the third story
Neuter of a compound of G5140 and G4721 as noun
**† τρίστεγος , -ον (τρεῖς , στέγη ),
[in Sm.: Genesis 6:17(16), Ezekiel 42:6*;]
of three stories: τὸ τ . (sc. ὄκημα ),
the third story, Acts 20:9 (Dion., FlJ, al.).†
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";am high-minded"; (Romans 12:3), may be illustrated from Aristeas 122, where the LXX translators are praised as ";cultivating the due mean"; (τὸ μέσον ἐζηλωκότες κατάστημα), and being above conceit and the assuming of an air of superiority over others—ἀποτεθειμένοι. . . τὸ κατοίεσθαι καὶ νομίζειν ὑπερφρονεῖν ἑτέρους ὑπερβεβηκότες.
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