Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary
Strong's #4096 - πιότης
πῑότης, ητος, ἡ,
fattiness, τῆς σαρκός Hp. Aër. 21, cf. Arist. HA 520a23, PA 651b9, Thphr. HP 9.1.3 .
II metaph., wealth, prosperity, Ph. 1.299, Eust. 1146.10 .
πιότης , -ητος , ἡ
(< πίων , fat),
[in LXX chiefly for H1880;]
fatness: Romans 11:17.†
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Ramsay (Paul, p. 343) points out that Πόπλιος (Acts 28:7 f.) is the Greek form of the praenomen Publius, and that though it is not usual that an official should be called by his praenomen simply, ";Publius"; may have been so well known among the peasantry that Luke adopted their familiar mode of addressing him.
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