apechó: to hold back, keep off, to be away, be distantOriginal Word: ἀπέχωPart of Speech:
I have in full, am far, it is enoughDefinition:
I have in full, am far, it is enough.
568 apéxō (from 575 /apó, "away from" and 2192 /éxō, "have") – properly, to have one thing by separating from (letting go of) another.
568 /apéxō ("to have by separating from") includes what is gained by discarding something else (cf. Phm15). In each case, 568 /apéxō ("relate from") retains its root-meaning, "to have something, because far away from something else" (J. Thayer).
[568/apexō ("have from") has two foci: away from (the source); to then have what is separated from that source.]
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
to hold back, keep off, to be away, be distantNASB Translation
abstain (5), abstaining (1), away (1), away* (1), enough (1), have...back (1), have...in full (3), have received (1), have received in full (1), off (1), receiving...in full (1).