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ὑψόω ,
A.lift high, raise up, Batr.81, APl.4.41 (Agath.):—Med., “τάφον ὑψώσαντοAP7.55 (Alc.):—Pass., “μάκελλος ἐκ θεμελίων ὑψοῦτοIG 5(2).268.45 (Mantinea, i B. C.).
II. metaph., elevate, exalt, opp. ταπεινόω, LXX Ex.15.2, al., Plb.5.26.12, Ev.Matt.23.12, al.; πονοῦντα τὸν ἴδιον ὑψῶσαι βίον [Men.] ap. Clem.Al.Strom.5.14.120:—Pass., to be exalted,μὴ ὑψωθῇς τῇ καρδίᾳLXX De.8.14; “τὰ χθαμαλὰ ὑψοῦταιPlu. 2.103e; “. κάλλεϊAP5.91 (Rufin.); ἐκ ποδὸς ὑψεύμενοι, of suddenly exalted persons, Hp.Praec.7.
2. represent in the 'grand manner', Longin.14.1.
3. Pass., Astron., of planets, mount to the north of the ecliptic, Theo Sm.p.135 H.
4. Pass., Astrol., of planets, attain exaltation, i.e. maximum appotelesmatic efficacy, Vett.Val.140.7.
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    • Old Testament, Deuteronomy, 8.14
    • Polybius, Histories, 5.26.12
    • Hippocrates, Praeceptiones, 7
    • Old Testament, Exodus, 15.2
    • New Testament, Matthew, 23.12
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