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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Journey through the season of Advent with daily updates on the adventures of St. Mark's Lutheran Church in Belliacre, MI as they attempt to cobble together a Christmas Pageant with an unlikely cast of characters.
Stephanie is an art educator and a landscape/portrait artist. Her inspirations come from the amazing people she meets and the gorgeous state of Michigan as well as her home state of Florida. She and he husband love nature. They are out in the water during the summer months and on the snow in the winter enjoying the simple pleasures of life.
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