στερέωμα

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Ancient Greek[edit]

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στερέωμα (steréōma) (genitive στερεώματος) n, third declension

  1. foundation, framework, firmament

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Etymology[edit]

An abstract of στερεός "firm, solid". The sense "solid body" is classical. The cosmological sense is from LXX, translating רקיצ (see firmamentum).

Noun[edit]

στερέωμα (steréoman (plural στερεώματα)

  1. solid body
  2. foundation, framework; strength, steadfastness
  3. the keel (στεῖρα) of a ship
  4. firmament, the vault of the heavens


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