ou)k e)/xomen h(mei=j, w(/sper kai\ u(mei=j, oi)=kon me/giston
Does this sentence mean: We do not have the biggest house, like you do.
Or does it mean: We, just like you, do not have the biggest house.
Is it possible for a word like me/giston to be used to emphasise the size?
In other words, can it mean -very big- rather than -the biggest-?
In English this is quite common.