huperpleonazó: to abound exceedinglyOriginal Word: ὑπερπλεονάζωPart of Speech:
I am exceedingly abundantDefinition:
I abound exceedingly, am exceedingly abundant.
5250 hyperpleonázō (from 5228 /hypér, "beyond" and 4121 /pleonázō, "many, being great in number") – properly, to make exceedingly plentiful (literally "very numerous, numerically abundant"), beyond counting (what can be numbered).
5250 /hyperpleonázō ("super-abounded beyond numbering") is only used in 1 Tim 1:14. Here Paul testifies of the Lord's grace, causing faith and love in his life to exceedingly increase (be very great in number). As a strengthened form of 5428 /phrónēsis ("more than"), 5250 /hyperpleonázō ("makes super-plentiful") very emphatically expresses the continuous way God will inbirth faith, through divine love, in the yielded believer to a frequency that exceeds all description and expectation!
[5250 (hyperpleonázō) means more than "make abundant," but rather "super, exceedingly abundant" (Souter).]
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
to abound exceedinglyNASB Translation
more than abundant (1).