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Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
1 Strong's Number: g1325 Greek: didomi

Yield:

"to give," is translated "to yield," i.e., "to produce," in Mat 13:8, RV (AV, "brought forth"); Mar 4:7, 8.
See GIVE.

2 Strong's Number: g591 Greek: apodidomi

Yield:

"to give up or back," is translated "to yield" in Hbr 12:11; Rev 22:2 (in each case, of bearing fruit).
See DELIVER, A, No. 3, etc.

3 Strong's Number: g3936 Greek: paristemi | paristano

Yield:

"to present," is translated "to yield" in Rom 6:13 (twice), Rom 6:16, 19 (twice), RV, "to present," in each place.
See COMMEND, etc.

4 Strong's Number: g4160 Greek: poieo

Yield:

"to make, to do," is translated "yield" in Jam 3:12.
See DO.

5 Strong's Number: g863 Greek: aphiemi

Yield:

"to send away," is translated "yielded up (His spirit)" in Mat 27:50 (cp. paratithemi, "I commend," Luk 23:46, and paradidomi, "He gave up," Jhn 19:30).
See FORGIVE, etc.

6 Strong's Number: g3982 Greek: peitho

Yield:

"to persuade," in the Passive Voice, "to be persuaded," is translated "do (not) thou yield," Act 23:21.
See PERSUADE.

Note: In Act 5:10, AV, ekpsucho, "to breathe one's last, expire" (ek, "out," psuche, "the life"), is translated "yielded up (RV, "gave up") the ghost."
See GHOST (give up the), No. 2.

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