Word Summary
pōs: at all
Original Word: πώς
Transliteration: pōs
Phonetic Spelling: (poce)
Short Definition: at all
Meaning: at all
Strong's Concordance
hardly, by any means, perhaps.

Adverb from the base of pou; an enclitic particle of indefiniteness of manner; somehow or anyhow; used only in composition -- haply, by any (some) means, perhaps. See ei pos, mepos. Compare pos.

see GREEK pou

see GREEK pos

see GREEK ei pos

see GREEK mepos

Thayer's Greek Lexicon
STRONGS NT 4458: πώς

πώς, an enclitic particle, on which see under εἴπως (i. e. εἰ, III. 14) and μήπως.

STRONGS NT 4458a: ρ [ρ ,Rho: the practice of doubling rho ρ (after a preposition or an augment) is sometimes disregarded by the Mss, and accordingly by the critical editors; so, too, in the middle of a word; see ἀνατιρήπτω, παραρέω, ῤαβδίζω, ῤαντίζω, ῤαπίζω, ῤίπτω, ῤύομαι, etc.; cf. Winers Grammar, § 13, 1 b.; Buttmann, 32 (28f); WHs Appendix, p. 163; Tdf. Proleg., p. 80. Recent editors, L T (cf. the Proleg. to his 7th edition, p. cclxxvi.), Kuenen and Cobet (cf. their Praef., p. xcvi.), WH (but not Treg.), also follow the older manuscripts in omitting the breathings from ῥρ in the middle of a word; cf. Lipsius, Grammar. Untersuch., p. 18f; Greg. Corinth. edition Bast, p. 782f; in opposition see Donaldson, Greek Gram., p. 16; Winer's Grammar, 48 (47). On the smooth breathing over the initial rho when rho begins two successive syllables, see Lipsius as above; WH. as above, pp. 163, 170; Kühner, § 67 Anm. 4; Göttling, Accent, p. 205 note; and on the general subject of the breathings cf. the Proleg. to Tdf. edition 8, p. 105f and references there. On the usagee of modern editions of the classics cf. Veitch, see under the words, ῤάπτω, ῤέζω, etc.]