euprosopeo: I make a fair outward appearanceOriginal Word: εὐπροσωπέωPart of Speech:
I make a fair outward appearanceDefinition:
I look well, make a fair show (a good outward appearance, and so win good opinion).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 2146: εὐπροσωπέωεὐπροσωπέω
: 1 aorist infinitive εὐπροσωπῆσαι
fair of face, of good appearance); to make a fair show; to please
(a weak translation (?); yet Vulg.placere
, in things pertaining to the flesh, Galatians 6:12
. (Elsewhere only in Chrysostom
hom. ad Eph. 22 § 5, Works, xi. 173 c., Montf. edition (variant) and several times in Byzantine writings (cf. Sophocles
' Lexicon, under the word).)<1>
make a fair showing
From a compound of eu and prosopon; to be of good countenance, i.e. (figuratively) to make a display -- make a fair show.
see GREEK eu
see GREEK prosopon