Wise (in No) - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words

Wise (in No)

[ 1,,G3364,ou me ] a double negative, expressing an emphatic negation, by no means," is rendered "in no wise" in Matthew 10:42; Luke 18:17; John 6:37; Acts 13:41; Revelation 21:27.

[ 2,,G3843, pantos ]
"altogether, by all means," is used with the negative ou ("not") in Romans 3:9, stating a complete denial, rendered "No, in no wise." See ALL, B, 3, ALTOGETHER, B, 1.

[ 3,,G3838, panteles ]
the neuter of panteles, is used with the negative me, and with eis to, "unto the," in Luke 13:11, and translated "in no wise," lit., "not to the uttermost:" See UTTERMOST, No. 1.

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