From: Roe (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu Jun 01 2000 - 18:34:02 EDT
When hHGEOMAI is used in the sense "to esteem" we see that it usually is
modified with an attributive, as...
Phil. 2:3 "...hHGOUMENOI hUPERECONTAS hEAUTWN"
or 1 Thess. 5:13 "hHGEISTHAI ... hUPEREKPERISSOU"
Did hHGEOMAI without an attributive word added ever (in canonical,
non-canonical or classic) have the meaning "to esteem" in the sense that
we say in English: "He was esteemed by his colleagues...", where it is
*understood* that he was "esteemed highly" ?
D. W. Roe
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