- Included in Eastons: No
- Included in Hitchcocks: No
- Included in Naves: No
- Included in Smiths: No
- Included in Websters: Yes
- Included in Strongs: Yes
- Included in Thayers: No
- Included in BDB: Yes
- H4480 Used 1 time
1. Slender; thin; fine; of little diameter; hence in general, litte in size or quantity; not great; as a small house; a small horse; a small farm; a small body; small particles.
2. Minute; slender; fine; as a small voice.
3. Little in degree; as small improvement; small acquirements; the trouble is small Ther arose no small stir about that way. Acts 9:1.
4. Being of little moment, weight or importance; as, it is a small matter or thing; a small subject.
5. Of little genius or ability; petty; as a small poet or musician.
6. Short; containing little; as a small essay.
7. Little in amount; as a small sum; a small price.
8. Containing little of the principal quality, or little strenghth; weak; as small beer.
9. Gentle; soft; not loud. I Kings 19.
10. Mean; base; unworthy.
SMALL, noun The small or slender part of a thing; as the small of the leg or of the back.
SMALL, verb transitive To make little or less. [Not in use.]
SMALL'AGE, noun A plant of the genus Apium, water parsley.
SMALL-BEER, noun [small and beer.] A species of weak beer.
SMALL-COAL, noun [small and coal.] Little wood coals unsed to light fires.
SMALL-CR'AFT, noun [small and craft.] A vessel, or vessels in general, of a small size, or below the size of ships and bigs intended for foreign trade.
SMALL'ISH, adjective Somewhat small.
SMALL'NESS, noun Littleness of size or extent; littleness of quantity; as the smallness of a fly or of a horse; the smallness of a hill.
2. Littleness in degree; as the smallness of trouble or pain.
3. Littleness in force or strength; weakness; as smallness of mind or intellectual powers.
4. Fineness; softness; melodiousness; as the smallness of a female voice.
5. Littleness in amount of value; as the smallness of a sum.
6. Littleness of importance; inconsideratbleness; as the smallness of an affair.
SMALL-POX', noun [small and pox, pocks.] A very contagious disease, characterized by an eruprion of pustules on the skin; the variolous disease.
SMALLY, adverb small'-ly. In a little quantity or degree; with minuteness. [Little used.]