Strong's Greek: 1181. δεκάτη (dekaté) -- a tenth part, a tithe
1181. dekaté
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dekaté: a tenth part, a tithe
Original Word: δεκάτη, ης, ἡ
Part of Speech: Adjective
Transliteration: dekaté
Phonetic Spelling: (dek-at'-ay)
Short Definition: a tenth part, a tithe
Definition: a tenth part, a tithe.

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1181 dekátē – properly, a tenth (a tenth part), a tithe; (figuratively) "the first part" standing for the whole, i.e. entire consecration (totality).

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from deka
a tenth part, a tithe
NASB Translation
tenth (1), tenth part (1), tithes (2).

STRONGS NT 1181: δεκάτῃ

δεκάτῃ, δεκάτης, (δέκατος), the tenth part of anything, a tithe; specially the tenth part of booty taken from the enemy: Hebrews 7:2, 4; the tithes of the fruits of the earth and of the flocks, which, by the law of Moses, were presented to the Levites in the congregation of Israel: Hebrews 7:8f (In Greek writings from (Simonides 133 Bgk.; Herodotus 2, 135); 4, 152 down; the Sept. for מַעֲשֵׂר.) (Cf. BB. DD. under the word .)

tenth, tithe.

Feminine of dekatos; a tenth, i.e. As a percentage or (technically) tithe -- tenth (part), tithe.

see GREEK dekatos

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