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Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
A-1 Adjective Strong's Number: g713 Greek: arketos


"sufficient," akin to arkeo (see B, No. 1), is rendered "enough" in Mat 10:25; "sufficient" in Mat 6:34; "suffice" in 1Pe 4:3, lit., "(is) sufficient."

A-2 Adjective Strong's Number: g2425 Greek: hikanos


"sufficient, competent, fit" (akin to hikano and hiko, "to reach, attain" and hikanoo, "to make sufficient"), is translated "enough" in Luk 22:38, of the Lord's reply to Peter concerning the swords.

Note: In Luk 15:17 the verb perisseuo, "to have abundance," is translated "have enough and to spare." In Act 27:38 the verb korenumi, "to satisfy," is translated "had eaten enough."

B-1 Verb Strong's Number: g714 Greek: arkeo


"to ward off;" hence, "to aid, assist;" then, "to be strong enough," i.e., "to suffice, to be enough" (cp. A, No. 1), is translated "be enough" in Mat 25:9.

B-2 Verb Strong's Number: g568 Greek: apecho


lit., "to hold off from, to have off or out" (apo, "from," echo, "to have"), i.e., "to have in full, to have received," is used impersonally in Mar 14:41, "it is enough," in the Lord's words to His slumbering disciples in Gethsemane. It is difficult, however, to find examples of this meaning in Greek usage of the word, and apecho may here refer, in its commercial significance, to Judas (who is mentioned immediately afterwards), with the meaning "he hath received" (his payment); cp. the same use in Mat 6:2, 5, 16 (see Deissmann, Light from the Ancient East, pp. 110ff.).


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