650. apostereō
Lexical Summary
apostereō: to defraud, deprive of
Original Word: ἀποστερέω
Transliteration: apostereō
Phonetic Spelling: (ap-os-ter-eh'-o)
Part of Speech: Verb
Short Definition: to defraud, deprive of
Meaning: to defraud, deprive of
Strong's Concordance
defraud, deprive

From apo and stereo (to deprive); to despoil -- defraud, destitute, kept back by fraud.

see GREEK apo

Thayer's Greek Lexicon
STRONGS NT 650: ἀποστερέω

ἀποστερέω, ἀποστέρω; 1 aorist ἀπεστέρησα; (passive, present ἀποστεροῦμαι); perfect participle ἀπεστερημένος; to defraud, rob, despoil: absolutely, Mark 10:19; 1 Corinthians 6:8; ἀλλήλους to withhold themselves from one another, of those who mutually deny themselves cohabitation, 1 Corinthians 7:5. Middle to allow oneself to be defrauded (Winer's Grammar, § 38, 3): 1 Corinthians 6:7; τινα τίνος (as in Greek writings), to deprive one of a thing; passive ἀπεστερήμενοι τῆς ἀληθείας, 1 Timothy 6:5 (Winers Grammar, 196 (185); Buttmann, 158 (138)); τί to defraud of a thing, to withdraw or keep back a thing by fraud: passive μισθός ἀπεστερημένος, James 5:4 (T Tr WH ἀφυστερημενος, see ἀφυστερέω; (cf. also ἀπό, II. 2 d. bb., p. 59b)) (Deuteronomy 24:14 ((16) Alex.); Malachi 3:5).

STRONGS NT 650: ἀφυστερέωἀφυστερέω, ἀφυστέρω: (a later Greek word);

1. to be behindhand, come too late (ἀπό so as to be far from, or to fail, a person or thing); used of persons not present at the right time: Polybius 22, 5, 2; Posidon. quoted in Athen. 4, 37 (i. e. 4, p. 151 e.); (others); ἀπό ἀγαθῆς ἡμέρας to fail (to make use of) a good day, to let the opportunity pass by, Sir. 14:14.

2. transitively, to cause to fail, to withdraw, take away from, defraud: τό μάννα σου οὐκ ἀφυστέρησας ἀπό στόματος αὐτῶν, Nehemiah 9:20 (for מָנַע to withhold); perfect passive participle ἀφυστερημενος (μισθός), James 5:4 T Tr WH after א B* (Rec. ἀπεστερημένος, see ἀποστερέω, also under the word ἀπό, II. 2 d. bb., p. 59{b}).


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