lian: very, exceedinglyOriginal Word: λίανPart of Speech:
very, very much, exceedinglyDefinition:
very; very much, exceedingly, greatly.
3029 lían (an emphatic adverb) – very, exceedingly. 3029 (lían) intensifies (raises) a thought, taking it from much ("a high extent") to "very much" ("a great extent"), i.e. utterly (strongly, "to the max").
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
of uncertain derivationDefinition
very, exceedinglyNASB Translation
exceedingly (1), extremely (1), quite (1), still (1), utterly* (1), very (6), vigorously (1).
Of uncertain affinity; much (adverbially) -- exceeding, great(-ly), sore, very (+ chiefest).