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Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
A-1 Adverb Strong's Number: g3123 Greek: mallon


the comparative degree of mala, "very, very much," is used

(a) of increase, "more," with qualifying words, with pollo, "much," e.g., Mar 10:48, "the more (a great deal);" Rom 5:15, 17, "(much) more;" Phl 2:12 (ditto); with poso, "how much," e.g., Luk 12:24; Rom 11:12; with tosouto, "by so much," Hbr 10:25;

(b) without a qualifying word, by way of comparison, "the more," e.g., Luk 5:15, "so much the more;" Jhn 5:18, "the more;" Act 5:14 (ditto); Phl 1:9; 1Th 4:1, 10, "more and more;" 2Pe 1:10, RV, "the more" (AV, "the rather"); in Act 20:35, by a periphrasis, it is translated "more (blessed);" in Gal 4:27, "more (than)," lit., "rather (than);"

(c) with qualifying words, similarly to (a), e.g., Mar 7:36.

A-2 Adverb Strong's Number: g2089 Greek: eti


"yet, as yet, still," used of degree is translated "more" in Mat 18:16, "(one or two) more;" Hbr 8:12; 10:17, "(will I remember no) more;" Hbr 10:2, "(no) more (conscience);" Hbr 11:32, "(what shall I) more (say)?" Rev 3:12, "(he shall go out thence no) more;" Rev 7:16, "(no) more" and "any more;" Rev 9:12, AV "more" (RV, "hereafter"); Rev 18:21-23, "(no) more" "any more" (5 times); Rev 20:3, "(no) more;" Rev 21:1, 4 (twice); Rev 22:3.
See ALSO, No. 2.

A-3 Adverb Strong's Number: g3765 Greek: ouketi


ouk, "not," and No. 2, combined in one word, is translated "no more," e.g., in Mat 19:6; Luk 15:19, 21; Act 20:25, 38; Eph 2:19.

A-4 Adverb Strong's Number: g4054 Greek: perissoteron


the neuter of the comparative degree of perissos, "more abundant," is used as an adverb, "more," e.g., Luk 12:4; 2Cr 10:8, AV (RV, "abundantly"); Hbr 7:15, RV, "more abundantly" (AV, "far more").

Note: For the corresponding adverbs perissos and perissoteros, see ABUNDANTLY, EXCEEDINGLY.

A-5 Adverb Strong's Number: g3185 Greek: meizon


the neuter of meizon, "greater," the comparative degree of megas, "great," is used as an adverb, and translated "the more" in Mat 20:31.

A-6 Adverb Strong's Number: g5228 Greek: huper


a preposition, "over, above," etc., is used as an adverb in 2Cr 11:23, "(I) more."

A-7 Adverb Strong's Number: g3745 Greek: hoson


neuter of hosos, "how much," is used adverbially in Mar 7:36 (1st part), "the more."

B-1 Adjective Strong's Number: g4119 Greek: pleion


the comparative degree of polus, "much," is used

(a) as an adjective, e.g., Jhn 15:2; Act 24:11, RV, "(not) more (than)" (AV, "yet but"); Hbr 3:3;

(b) as a noun, or with a noun understood, e.g., Mat 20:10; Mar 12:43; Act 19:32; 27:12, "the more part;" 1Cr 9:19;

(c) as an adverb, Mat 5:20, "shall exceed," lit., "(shall abound) more (than);" 26:53; Luk 9:13.
See ABOVE, No. 3, Note, GREATER.

B-2 Adjective Strong's Number: g4053 Greek: perissos


"more than sufficient, over and above, abundant" (a popular substitute for No. 3), is translated "more," e.g., in Mat 5:37, 47. In Jhn 10:10 the neuter form is rendered "more abundantly," AV, RV, "abundantly" (marg., "abundance").

B-3 Adjective Strong's Number: g4055 Greek: perissoteros


the comparative degree of No. 2, is translated "much more (than a prophet)" in Mat 11:9, RV (AV, "more"); in Luk 7:26 both RV and AV have "much more."


(1) In Mat 25:20 (2nd part), AV, allos, "other" (so the RV), is translated "more."

(2) In Jam 4:6, AV, the adjective meizon, "greater" (see A, No. 5, above), is translated "more (grace)" (RV marg., "a greater grace").
See GRACE (at end).

(3) Various uses of the word "more" occur in connection with other words, especially in the comparative degree. The phrase "more than" translates certain prepositions and particles: in Rom 1:25, AV, para, "beside, compared with," is translated "more than" (RV, "rather than"): cp. Rom 12:3 huper, "over, above," "more than," in Mat 10:37 (twice); in Phm 1:21, AV, "more than" (RV, "beyond"). In Mar 14:5, AV, epano, "above," is translated "more than" (RV, "above"). In Luk 15:7 the particle e, "than," is necessarily rendered "more than;" cp. Luk 17:2; 1Cr 14:19, "rather than." In Mar 8:14, the conjunction ei, "if," with the negative me, lit., "if not," signifying "except," is translated "more than (one loaf)."

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