Low (to bring, to make), Low (estate, degree) - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
Low (to bring, to make), Low (estate, degree)[ A-1,Verb,G5013, tapeinoo ]
to bring low, to humble," is translated "shall be brought low" in Luke 3:5. See HUMBLE.
[ B-1,Adjective,G5011, tapeinos ]
denotes "of low degree or estate," Romans 12:16, "things that are lowly," RV (AV, "men of low estate"). See BASE, DEGREE, ESTATE, HUMBLE, LOWLY.
[ C-1,Noun,G5014, tapeinosis ]
"abasement, humiliation, low estate," is translated "low estate" in Luke 1:48; in James 1:10, "that he is made low," lit., "in his abasement." See HUMILIATION.