4213. mizar
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mizar: a little, a trifle, a few
Original Word: מִזְעָר
Part of Speech: Noun Masculine
Transliteration: mizar
Phonetic Spelling: (miz-awr')
Short Definition: very

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from the same as zeer
a little, a trifle, a few
NASB Translation
few (1), very (2).

מִזְעָר noun [masculine] a little, a trifle, a few.

1 of time עוֺד מְעַט מִזְעָ֑ר Isaiah 10:25; Isaiah 29:17 yet a trifle, a little = a very little while.

2 of number מְעַט מִזְעָר שְׁאָר Isaiah 16:14 a remnant, a very few (opposed to לוֺא כַּ בִּיר). In Isa3 without מעט: — מִזְעָֽר ׃ונשׁאר אנושׁ Isaiah 24:6.

few, very

From the same as ze'eyr; fewness; by implication, as superl. Diminutiveness -- few, X very.

see HEBREW ze'eyr

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