husteros: latter, laterOriginal Word: ὕστερος, α, ονPart of Speech:
later, latter, last.
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
from a prim. root and cptv. suff.Definition
latter, laterNASB Translation
finally (1), later (1), then (1).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 5306: ὕστεροςὕστερος
, latter, later, coming after
: ἐν ὑστέροις καιροῖς
, 1 Timothy 4:1
; ὁ ὕστερος
equivalent to the second, Matthew 21:31 L Tr WH
, but cf. Fritzsche's and Meyer's critical notes (especially WH
's Appendix) at the passage Neuter ὕστερον
, from Homer
down, adverbially, afterward, after this, later, lastly,
used alike of a shorter and of a longer period: Matthew 4:2
; Matthew 21:29, 32, 37
; Matthew 25:11
; Matthew 26:60
; Mark 16:14
; Luke 4:2 Rec.
; (Luke 20:32 L T Tr WH
); John 13:36
; Hebrews 12:11
; with a genitive after one, Matthew 22:27
; Luke 20:32
STRONGS NT 5306a: ὑφαίνωὑφαίνω; from Homer down; the Sept. for אָרַג; to weave: Luke 12:27 T WH (rejected) marginal reading<1> 1>
Comparative from hupo (in the sense of behind); later -- latter.
see GREEK hupo