ekdidómi: to give up, give out, let out for hireOriginal Word: ἐκδίδωμιPart of Speech:
I give out, let, let out for my own advantageDefinition:
I give out, let; middle: I let out for my own advantage.
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
to give up, give out, let out for hireNASB Translation
rent (1), rented (3).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 1554: ἐκδίδωμιἐκδίδωμι
: middle, future ἐκδώσομαι
; 2 aorist 3 person singular ἐξέδοτο
, T WH ἐξέδετο
); a common word in Greek authors from Homer
, Iliad 3, 459 on; to give out of one's house, power, hand, stores; to give out, give up, give over
; hence, also to let out for hire, to farm out, Herodotus
1, 68; γεωργιαι δέ ἐκδεδομεναι δούλοις
, legg. 7, p. 806 d.; others. In the N. T
, middle to let out for one's advantage
: Matthew 21:33, 41
, cf. Tdf.
s note; Buttmann
, 47 (41)); Mark 12:1
; Luke 20:9
let forth, let out.
From ek and didomi; to give forth, i.e. (specially) to lease -- let forth (out).
see GREEK ek
see GREEK didomi