3148. yother
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yother: superiority, advantage, excess
Original Word: יוֹתֵר
Part of Speech: noun masculine
Transliteration: yother
Phonetic Spelling: (yo-thare')
Short Definition: advantage

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
active participle of yathar
superiority, advantage, excess
NASB Translation
addition (1), advantage (3), beyond (1), extremely (1), more (1), overly (1).

יוֺתֵר, יֹתֵר noun masculine superiority, advantage, excess (late) (properly

Qal participle of יתר) — absolute יוֺתֵר Ecclesiastes 7:16 2t.; יֹתֵר Ecclesiastes 2:15 4t.; — superiority, advantage מַהיּֿוֺתֵר לֶחָכָם מִןהַֿכְּסִיל Ecclesiastes 6:8 what advantage hath the wise over the fool? probably also יֹתֵר מֵהֵמָּה Ecclesiastes 12:12 (as to) what is more than these (see VB); absolute מַהיֹּֿתֵר לָאָדָם Ecclesiastes 6:11; יֹתֵר לְרֹאֵי הַשָּׁ֑מֶשׁ Ecclesiastes 7:11; elsewhere adverb to excess, overmuch Ecclesiastes 2:15; Ecclesiastes 7:16; followed by מִן (as often in Late Hebrew), יוֺתֵר מִמֶּנִּי Esther 6:6 more than me; ׳יֹתֵר שֶׁ = besides that Ecclesiastes 12:9.

better, moreover, over, profit

Active participle of yathar; properly, redundant; hence, over and above, as adjective, noun, adverb or conjunction (as follows) -- better, more(-over), over, profit.

see HEBREW yathar

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