mé tis: anyOriginal Word: μήτιςTransliteration:
mé tisPhonetic Spelling:
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Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 3387: μήτιςμήτις
(so R G John 4:33
), more correctly μή τίς
1. prohibitive, let no one (cf. Buttmann, 31 (28)): (with 1 aorist subjunctive 1 Corinthians 16:11); with 2 aorist subjunctive, 2 Thessalonians 2:8.
2. interrogative (Lat:num quis?) hath anyone etc.: John 7:48; (2 Corinthians 12:17, cf. Buttmann, § 151, 7; Winers Grammar, 574 (534)); where one would gladly believe what he asks about doubtfully (see μήτι, under the end): John 4:33.<1>
Or me tis (may tis) from me and tis; whether any -- any (sometimes unexpressed except by the simple interrogative form of the sentence).
see GREEK me
see GREEK tis