Height - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
Height[ 1,,G5311, hupsos ]
a summit, top," is translated "height" in Ephesians 3:18, where it may refer either to "the love of Christ" or to "the fullness of God;" the two are really inseparable, for they who are filled into the fullness of God thereby enter appreciatively into the love of Christ, which "surpasseth knowledge;" in Revelation 21:16, of the measurement of the heavenly Jerusalem. See ESTATE, HIGH.
[ 2,,G5313, hupsoma ]
more concrete than No. 1, is used
(a) of "a height," as a mountain or anything definitely termed a "height," Romans 8:39 (metaphorically);
(b) of "a high thing" lifted up as a barrier or in antagonistic exaltation, 2 Corinthians 10:5. See HIGH. Cp. hupsoo, "to exalt."