REGION, noun re'jun. [Latin regio, rego.]
1. A tract of land or space of indefinite extent, usually a tract of considerable extent. It is sometimes nearly synonymous with country; as all the region of Argob. Deuteronomy 3:4.
He had dominion over all the region on this side the river. 1 Kings 4:11.
So we speak of the airy region the etherial regions, the upper regions, the lower regions.
2. The inhabitants of a region or district of country. Matthew 3:5.
3. A part of the body; as the region of the heart or liver.
4. Place; rank.
He is of too high a region [Unusual.]