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King James Dictionary

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Greek - nor
Greek - nor
Greek - nor, nor yet
Greek - nor
Greek - nor
Greek - nor
Greek - nor, nor yet
Hebrew - cannot their nor, ignorant, neither by nor, neither he nor, neither him nor, neither i nor, neither my nor, neither them nor, neither they nor, neither you nor, neither your nor, never about nor, no been nor, no to nor, nor
Hebrew - nor, ignorant
Hebrew - nor
Hebrew - having a nor, nor, nor are there, nor have, nor is there, nor is there one, nor was there
Hebrew - nor
Hebrew - nor, nor yet
Hebrew - nor
Hebrew - nor, neither their nor, neither them nor
Hebrew - nor
Hebrew - nor
Hebrew - nor
Hebrew - nor
Hebrew - nor
Hebrew - nor
Hebrew - nor
Hebrew - nor
Hebrew - nor

NOR, connective. ne and or.

1. A word that denies ro renders negative the second or subsequent part of a proposition, or a proposition following another negative proposition; correlative to neither or not.

I neither love no fear thee.

Fight neither with small nor great. 1 Kings 22.

2. Nor sometimes begins a sentence, but in this case a negative proposition has preceded it in the foregoing sentence.
3. In some cases, usually in poetry, neither is omitted, and the negation which it would express is included in nor.

Simois nor Xanthus shall be wanting there. That is, neither Simois nor Xanthus.

4. Sometimes in poetry, nor is used for neither, in the first part of the proposition.

I whom nor avarice nor pleasures move.

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Dictionary of Words from the King James Bible. Public Domain. Copy freely.
Material presented was supplied by Brandon Staggs and was derived from the KJV Dictionary found on his website located at
The unabridged 1828 version of this dictionary in the SwordSearcher Bible Software at

Bibliography Information
"Entry for 'Nor'". "King James Dictionary".


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