duskolós: with difficultyOriginal Word: δυσκόλως
Part of Speech: Adverb
Phonetic Spelling: (doos-kol'-oce)
Short Definition: with difficulty, hardly
Definition: with difficulty, hardly.
Cognate: 1423 dyskólōs (an adverb) – properly, hardly, referring to how hard it is to pass through; (figuratively) problematic, difficult ("hardly passing through"), like trying to push something too large through a narrow passageway. See 1422 (dyskolos).
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
adverb from duskolos
Thayer's Greek LexiconSTRONGS NT 1423: δυσκόλως
δυσκόλως, adverb (δύσκολος) (from Plato down), with difficulty: Matthew 19:23; Mark 10:23; Luke 18:24.
Strong's Exhaustive Concordancehardly.
Adverb from duskolos; impracticably -- hardly.
see GREEK duskolos
Forms and Transliterationsδυσκολως δυσκόλως δύσκωφον duskolos duskolōs dyskolos dyskolōs dyskólos dyskólōs
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Englishman's ConcordanceStrong's Greek 1423
δυσκόλως — 3 Occ.
Matthew 19:23 Adv
GRK: ὅτι πλούσιος δυσκόλως εἰσελεύσεται εἰς
NAS: I say to you, it is hard for a rich man
KJV: a rich man shall hardly enter
INT: that a rich man with difficulty will enter into