apodidomi (greek) – Strong’s 591

apodidomi (verb) – reckon, settle

From Strong’s Lexicon

  1. to deliver, to give away for one’s own profit what is one’s own, to sell
  2. to pay off, discharge what is due
    1. a debt, wages, tribute, taxes, produce due
    2. things promised under oath
    3. conjugal duty
    4. to render account
  3. to give back, restore
  4. to requite, recompense in a good or a bad sense

Strong, J. (2001). Enhanced Strong’s Lexicon. Bellingham, WA: Logos Bible Software.

From Theological Dictionary of the New Testament

“To give or do something which one should in fulfilment of an obligation or expectation.” Mt. 20:8; 2 Tm. 4:8 (a reward); Mt. 21:41 (fruits of the leased vineyard); Mk. 12:17 (Mt. 22:21; Lk. 20:25) (taxes); Mt. 27:58 (the requested body of Jesus); 1 C. 7:3; R. 13:7 (ὀφειλή); Rev. 22:2; Heb. 12:11 (fruit); Mt. 5:33 (oath, cf. ψ 50:14); Ac. 4:33 (witness); Mt. 12:36; Lk. 16:2; Ac. 19:40; R. 14:12 (vl.); 1 Pt. 4:5 (account). b. More particularly “to repay in the form of reward or punishment”

Vol. 2: Theological dictionary of the New Testament. 1964- (G. Kittel, G. W. Bromiley & G. Friedrich, Ed.) (electronic ed.) (167). Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans.

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