1) electioneering or intriguing for office
1a) apparently, in the NT a courting distinction, a desire to put one's self forward, a partisan and fractious spirit which does not disdain low arts
1b) partisanship, fractiousness
Part of Speech: noun feminine
Citing in TDNT: 2:660, 256
Perhaps from the same as G2042; properly intrigue, that is, (by implication) faction: - contention (-ious), strife.
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