Lowring (to be) - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words

Lowring (to be)

[ 1,,G4768, stugnazo ]
to have a gloomy, somber appearance" (akin to stugnos, "somber, gloomy," from a root stug---, "to hate;" cp. stugetos, "hateful," Titus 3:3), is said of the human countenance, Mark 10:22, RV, "his countenance fell" (AV, "he was sad"); of the sky, Matthew 16:3, "lowring." See COUNTENANCE, Note
(3). In the Sept., Ezekiel 27:35; Ezekiel 28:19; Ezekiel 32:10.

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