2866. kompsoteron
Strong's Concordance
kompsoteron: well-dressed
Original Word: κομψότερον
Part of Speech: Adverb, Comparative
Transliteration: kompsoteron
Phonetic Spelling: (komp-sot'-er-on)
Definition: well-dressed
Usage: in better health.
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
comp. adverb of kompsos (refined, gentlemanly)
NASB Translation
better (1).

Thayer's Greek Lexicon
STRONGS NT 2866: κομψότερον

κομψότερον, neuter comparitive of the adjective κομψός (from κομέω to take care of, tend) neat, elegant, nice, fine; used adverbially, more finely, better: κομψότερον ἔσχεν, to be better, used of a convalescent, John 4:52 (ὅταν ἰατρός εἴπῃ. κομψως ἔχεις, Epictetus diss. 3, 10, 13; so in Latinbelle habere, Cicero, epistles ad div. 16, 15; (cf. English 'he's doing nicely,' 'he's getting on finely'; and) German er befindet sich hübsch; es geht hübsch mit ihm). The glossary of Hesychius refers to this passage: κομψότερον, βελτιωτερον, ἐλαφροτερον.

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance

Neuter comparative of a derivative of the base of komizo (meaning, properly, well dressed, i.e. Nice); figuratively, convalescent -- + began to amend.

Forms and Transliterations
εκονδύλιζον κομψοτερον κομψότερον κόνδυ κονδυλίζοντας κονδυλισμούς κονία κονίαμα κονίαν κονίας kompsoteron kompsóteron
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Englishman's Concordance
John 4:52 Adv
GRK: ἐν ᾗ κομψότερον ἔσχεν εἶπαν
NAS: he began to get better. Then
KJV: when he began to amend. And they said
INT: in which better he got they said

Strong's Greek 2866
1 Occurrence

κομψότερον — 1 Occ.

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