polutropós: in many waysOriginal Word: πολυτρόπωςPart of Speech:
in many waysDefinition:
in many ways.
4187 polytrópōs (an adverb, derived from 4183 /polýs, "many in number" and 5158 /trópos, "way, manner") – properly, many manners (avenues); (figuratively) the multitudinous (infinite) number of ways God shares His Word to (in) people. This includes revealing Himself in the OT when speaking through (in) the Hebrew prophets in dreams, visions, etc. It is used only in Heb 1:1.
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
adverb from a comp. of polus
in many waysNASB Translation
many ways (1).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 4187: πολυτρόπωςπολυτρόπως
, in use in various senses from Homer
down), adverb, in many manners
: Hebrews 1:1
de incor. mund. § 24)); see πολυμερῶς
in many ways
Adverb from a compound of polus and tropos; in many ways, i.e. Variously as to method or form -- in divers manners.
see GREEK polus
see GREEK tropos