Stegosaurus = “roof lizard”
Στέγος - roof
Σαύρα - lizard
The verb form of stegos, στέγω (stego) means to keep, repel, protect, uphold, bear, or cover. All things which a roof or the armored plating of a stegosaurus do quite nicely.
Here is a Clever Verse for your reading pleasure:
7 [Love] bears (stego) all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all things (1 Corinthians 13:7).
I guess we could also call the stegosaurs the "love lizard"
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