isós: perhapsOriginal Word: ἴσωςPart of Speech:
perhaps, equally; it may be that.
Cognate: 2481 ísōs (from 2470 /ísos, "equal") – properly, equally; acting fair, in a way that is fit (apt), i.e. proportional to actual reality (worth). See 2470 (isos).
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adverb from isosDefinition
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 2481: ἴσωςἴσως
, which see), adverb (from Sophocles
1. equally, in like manner.
2. agreeably to expectation, i. e. it may be, probably; frequently an urbane expression of one's reasonable hope (German wohl,hoffentlich): Luke 20:13, and often in Attic writings.<1>
it may be, perhaps
Adverb from isos; likely, i.e. Perhaps -- it may be.
see GREEK isos