287. amoibé
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amoibé: requital, recompense.
Original Word: ἀμοιβή, ῆς, ἡ
Part of Speech: Noun, Feminine
Transliteration: amoibé
Phonetic Spelling: (am-oy-bay')
Short Definition: a change, an exchange
Definition: a change, an exchange; hence plur: reciprocal good deeds (services), a fitting requital.

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from ameibomai (to repay)
requital, recompense.
STRONGS NT 287: ἀμοιβή

ἀμοιβή, (ῆς, (from ἀμείβω, as ἀλειφή from ἀλείφω, στοιβή from στείβω), a very common word with the Greeks, requital, recompense, in a good and a bad sense (from the significance of the middle ἀμείβομαι to requite, return like for like): in a good sense, 1 Timothy 5:4.

requite, recompense.

From ameibo (to exchange); requital -- requite.

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