mogis: hardly. Original Word: μόγιςPart of Speech:
with difficulty, scarcely, hardlyDefinition:
with difficulty; scarcely, hardly.
Cognate: 3425 mógis(from mogos, "laborious toil") – properly, scarcely (barely), i.e. what happens with great difficulty. 3425 /mógis ("scarcely") also stresses the prolonged nature of an action – which itself makes the action very difficult. See 3433 (mólis).
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Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 3425: μόγιςμόγις
toil), from Homer
down, hardly, with difficulty
: Luke 9:39
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marginal reading μόλις
, which see). (3Macc. 7:6.)<1>
Adverb from a primary mogos (toil); with difficulty -- hardly.