dekaté: a tenth part, a titheOriginal Word: δεκάτη, ης, ἡPart of Speech:
a tenth part, a titheDefinition:
a tenth part, a tithe.
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 ConcordanceWord Origin
a tenth part, a titheNASB Translation
tenth (1), tenth part (1), tithes (2).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 1181: δεκάτῃδεκάτῃ
), 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 7:8
f (In Greek writings from (Simonides
133 Bgk.; Herodotus
2, 135); 4, 152 down; the Sept.
.) (Cf. BB. DD.
under the word .)<1>
Feminine of dekatos; a tenth, i.e. As a percentage or (technically) tithe -- tenth (part), tithe.
see GREEK dekatos