logios: learned, eloquentOriginal Word: λόγιος, α, ον
Part of Speech: Adjective
Phonetic Spelling: (log'-ee-os)
Short Definition: eloquent
Definition: eloquent, gifted with learning.
3052 lógios (from 3056 /lógos, "reason, word") – properly, characterized by divine reason (used only in Ac 18:24).
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Thayer's Greek LexiconSTRONGS NT 3052: λόγιος
λόγιος, λόγιον (λόγος), in classical Greek
1. learned, a man of letters, skilled in literature and the arts; especially versed in history and antiquities.
2. skilled in speech, eloquent: so Acts 18:24 (which, however, others refer to 1 (finding its explanation in the following δυαντος κτλ.)). The use of the word is fully exhibited by Lobeck ad Phryn., p. 198. ((Herodotus, Euripides, others)) From logos; fluent, i.e. An orator -- eloquent. see GREEK logos
From logos; fluent, i.e. An orator -- eloquent.
see GREEK logos