kaitoi: and yetOriginal Word: καίτοι
Part of Speech: Conjunction
Phonetic Spelling: (kah'-ee-toy)
Short Definition: and yet, although
Definition: and yet, although, though.
2543 kaítoi (a compound particle from 2532 /kaí, "and, even" and 5104 /toí, "indeed") – even yet, though indeed. 2543 (kaítoi) focuses on the first part of a comparison. Word Origin
from kai and toi
although (1), yet (1).
STRONGS NT 2543: καίτοι
καίτοι (from καί and τοι), conjunction, with a participle (but in classical Greek with a finite verb also (as in Acts below); Krüger, § 56, 13, 2; cf. references under the word καίπερ), and yet, although: Hebrews 4:3 (although the work of creation had been finished long ago, so that the rest spoken of cannot be understood to be that of God himself resting from that work (cf. Kurtz, in the place cited)); (Acts 14:17 L T Tr Wit (but Tr καί τοι)).<1>
From kai and toi; and yet, i.e. Nevertheless -- although.
see GREEK kai
see GREEK toi καιτοι καίτοι kaitoi kaítoi