Vine's Expository Dictionary of NT Words 
a double negative, expressing an emphatic negation, "by no means," is rendered "in no wise" in Matthew 10:42; Luke 18:17; John 6:37; Acts 13:41; Revelation 21:27 .
the neuter of panteles, is used with the negative me, and with eis to, "unto the," in Luke 13:11 , and translated "in no wise," lit., "not to the uttermost:" see Uttermost , No. 1.
King James Dictionary 
WISE, a. s as z. G., to know., L.
1. Properly, having knowledge hence, having the power of discerning and judging correctly, or of discriminating between what is true and what is false between what is fit and proper, and what is improper as a wise prince a wise magistrate. Solomon was deemed the wisest man. But a man may be speculatively and not practically wise. Hence, 2. Discrete and judicious in the use or applications of knowledge choosing laudable ends, and the best means to accomplish them. This is to be practically wise. Genesis 41 . 3. Skillful dextrous.
They are wise to do evil, but to do good they have no knowledge. Jeremiah 4 .
--The holy Scriptures, which are able to make thee wise to salvation. 2 Timothy 3 .
7. Skilled in hidden arts a sense somewhat ironical as the wise woman of Brainford. 8.Dictated or guided by wisdom containing wisdom judicious well adapted to produce good effects applicable to things as a wise saying a wise scheme or plan wise conduct or management a wise determination. 9. Becoming a wise man grave discrete as wise deportment.
WISE, n. s as z. G. Manner way of being or acting.
This song she sings in most commanding wise.
In fittest wise.
In the foregoing form, this word is obsolete, the use of it is now very limited. It is common in the following phrases.
1. In any wise.
If he that sanctified the field will in any wise redeem it-- Leviticus 27 .
Fret not thyself in any wise. Psalms 37 .
2. On this wise.
On this wise ye shall bless the children of Israel. Numbers 6 .
3. In no wise. He shall in no wise lose his reward. Matthew 10 .
It is used in composition, as in likewise, otherwise, lengthwise, &c. By mistake, ways is often used for it as lengthways, for lengthwise.
Webster's Dictionary 
(1): ( v.) Hence, especially, making due use of knowledge; discerning and judging soundly concerning what is true or false, proper or improper; choosing the best ends and the best means for accomplishing them; sagacious.
(2): ( v.) Having knowledge; knowing; enlightened; of extensive information; erudite; learned.
(3): ( v.) Versed in art or science; skillful; dexterous; specifically, skilled in divination.
(4): ( v.) Way of being or acting; manner; mode; fashion.
(5): ( v.) Hence, prudent; calculating; shrewd; wary; subtle; crafty.
(6): ( v.) Dictated or guided by wisdom; containing or exhibiting wisdom; well adapted to produce good effects; judicious; discreet; as, a wise saying; a wise scheme or plan; wise conduct or management; a wise determination.
Cyclopedia of Biblical, Theological and Ecclesiastical Literature 
( חָכָם , Chakdm, Σόφος ). The Hebrew word, חֲכָמֹי , Chakamin, rendered "wise men" ( Genesis 41:8; Exodus 7:11; Ecclesiastes 9:17; Jeremiah 1:35; Esther 1:13) not only signifies men celebrated for wisdom, Magi, but also Magicians or enchanters. (See Magic). The feminine of the same term, חִכְמָה , Chakmah, is used for a "wise woman," one noted for Cunning or Skill ( 2 Samuel 14:2; 2 Samuel 20:16). (See Witch). The Hebrew word חִרְטֻמַּים chartummim, rendered "magicians" ( Genesis 41:8; Genesis 41:24; Exodus 7:11; Exodus 7:22; Exodus 8:7; Exodus 8:18-19; Exodus 9:11; Daniel 1:20; Daniel 2:21), properly signifies sacred scribes, skilled in the sacred writing or hieroglyphics; and is applied to a class of Egyptian priests; and also to the magi of Babylon and Persia. (See Magi). In Matthew 2:1-16, the Greek term is Μάγος , having the same significance. (See Star In The East).