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Loftiness
Loftily • Lofty • Magnanimity • Upward
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Lofty;Loftily;Loftiness
Lofty; Loftily; Loftiness[Heb gāḇô (a)h, mārôm (Ps. 73:8), niphal part of nāśāʾ (Isa. 57:15), rûm (Isa. 2:12), śāg̱aḇ (Isa. 26:5); Gk. hyperochḗ (1 Cor. 2:1)]; AV also EMINENT, EXALT, EXCELLENCY, HAUGHTY, HIGH, LIFTED UP; NEB also EXALTED, FINE, HAUGHTY, HIGH, PROUD, SCORNFULLY, TOP.Referring
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
LOFTILY; LOFTINESS; LOFTY
LOFTILY; LOFTINESS; LOFTY<lof’-ti-li>, <lof’-ti-nes>: The first form is only in Ps 73:8, where it means “haughtily,” as if from on high. The second is found only in Jer 48:29, where the loftiness of Moab also means his haughtiness, his groundless self-conceit.Lofty likewise means ’“haughty,”
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Loftily, Loftiness, Lofty
LOFTILY, lofʹti-li, LOFTINESS, lofʹti-nes, LOFTY: The first form is only in Ps 73:8, where it means “haughtily,” as if from on high. The second is found only in Jer 48:29, where the loftiness of Moab also means his haughtiness, his groundless self-conceit.Lofty likewise means “haughty,” “lifted up” (cf