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- n. Plural form of philotimia.
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For lest he should seem to have spoken ambitiously (philotimias heneka, to obtain favor) these things which he hath just spoken; "the spiritual man judgeth all things," and, "he himself is judged of no man," and,
 dia men tēn chreian to prōton, husteron de kai hupo philotimias tōs poiountōn; Ambition, it might be conjectured, would be mentioned as the motive at work, but in that case tōn poiountōn would require to be away.
* dia men tēn chreian to prōton, husteron de kai hupo philotimias tōs poiountōn:  1