médamós: by no meansOriginal Word: μηδαμῶς
Part of Speech: Adverb, Negative
Phonetic Spelling: (may-dam-oce')
Short Definition: by no means, not at all
Definition: by no means, not at all.
adverb from médamos; from méde and hamos (anyone)
by no means
no means (2).
STRONGS NT 3365: μηδαμῶς
μηδαμῶς (adverb from μηδαμός, and this from μηδέ, and ἆμος someone (perhaps allied with ἅμα, which see)) (from Aeschylus, Herodotus down), by no means, not at all: namely, τοῦτο γένοιτο, in replies after an imperative (A. V. Not so), Acts 10:14; Acts 11:8. (the Sept. for חָלִילָה.)<1>
Adverb from a compound of me and amos (somebody); by no means -- not so.
see GREEK me Μηδαμως μηδαμώς Μηδαμῶς Medamos Medamôs Mēdamōs Mēdamō̂s
Strong's Greek 3365
Μηδαμῶς — 2 Occ.
Acts 10:14 Adv
BIB: Πέτρος εἶπεν Μηδαμῶς κύριε ὅτι
NAS: said, By no means, Lord,
KJV: Peter said, Not so, Lord; for
INT: Peter said In no way Lord for
Acts 11:8 Adv
BIB: εἶπον δέ Μηδαμῶς κύριε ὅτι
NAS: But I said, 'By no means, Lord,
KJV: But I said, Not so, Lord: for
INT: I said moreover In no way Lord for