Word Summary
mēte: neither, nor
Original Word: μήτε
Transliteration: mēte
Phonetic Spelling: (may'-teh)
Part of Speech: Conjunction,Negative
Short Definition: neither, nor
Meaning: neither, nor
Strong's Concordance
neither, nor

From me and te; not too, i.e. (in continued negation) neither or nor; also, not even -- neither, (n-)or, so as much.

see GREEK me

see GREEK te

Thayer's Greek Lexicon
STRONGS NT 3383: μήτε

μήτε (μή and the enclitic τέ) (from Homer down), a copulative conjunction of negation, neither, nor (differing from οὔτε as μή does from οὐ. It differs from μηδέ; in that μηδέ separates different things, but μήτε those which are of the same kind or which are parts of one whole; cf. Winers Grammar, § 55, 6; (Buttmann, § 149, 13 b.)): μήτε ... μήτε, neither ... nor, Luke 7:33 (T μή ... μηδέ); (five times); Acts 23:12, 21; Acts 27:20; Hebrews 7:3; (but in Ephesians 4:27 for μή ... μήτε we must with L T Tr WH substitute μή ... μηδέ). μή ... μήτε ... μήτε, Matthew 5:34-36 (four times); 1 Timothy 1:7; James 5:12; Revelation 7:3; ἵνα μή ... μήτε ... μήτε, Revelation 7:1; μηδέ ... μήτε ... μήτε, 2 Thessalonians 2:2 L T Tr WH; μή εἶναι ἀνάστασιν, μηδέ ἄγγελον (for that is something other than ἀνάστασις), μήτε πνεῦμα (because angels belong to the genus πνεύματα), Acts 23:8 R G; cf. Winers Grammar, 493 (409); (Buttmann, 367f (314f)).