Greek3016. leptos -- peeled, fine, thin, small, light ...
thin, small, light. Part of Speech: Noun, Neuter Transliteration: leptos Phonetic
Spelling: (lep-ton') Short Definition: a small piece
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694. argurion -- silvery, by ext. a piece of silver
... Word Origin from arguros Definition silvery, by ext. a piece of silver NASB Word
Usage money (10), pieces of silver (6), silver (5). money, piece of silver. ...
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4715. stater -- a stater (a coin)
... coin, a stater. From the base of kauchesis; a stander (standard of value), ie
(specially), a stater or certain coin -- piece of money. see GREEK kauchesis. ...
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Strong's Hebrew7192. qesitah -- (unit of value), perhaps piece...
Word Origin of uncertain derivation Definition (unit of value), perhaps piece
Word Usage piece
(1), pieces of money
silver. ... /hebrew/7192.htm - 6k
3603. kikkar -- a round, a round district, a round loaf, a round ...
... or money) NASB Word Usage cake (1), cover (1), district (1), loaf (4), loaves (2),
plain (4), talent (9), talents (38), valley (8). loaf, morsel, piece, plain ...
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The Lost Piece of Money.
... THE LOST PIECE OF MONEY. Jesus had been preaching to a crowd of publicans
and sinners. ... [Illustration: THE LOST PIECE OF MONEY.]. ...
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Peter and the Tribute-Money.
... taketh the hook into his mouth. And when thou hast opened his mouth, thou
shalt find a piece of money there. Take it and give it unto ...
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The Lost Silver Piece
... The church is that woman who sweeps her house to find the lost piece of
money, and in her the Spirit works his purposes of love. ...
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The Humanity of God
... You know that if you had lost a sheep; if you had lost a piece of money; if you
had had a child run away from you, it would be far more pleasant to find that ...
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Of those Things which a Man of God Spake by the Spirit to Eli the ...
... And it shall come to pass that he who is left in thine house shall come to worship
him with a piece of money, saying, Put me into one part of thy priesthood ...
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Restoration of the Town of Medzpine; Name of Sanadroug; his Death.
... Sanadroug caused to be erected in the middle of the town his statue holding in his
hand a single piece of money, which signifies: "All my treasures have been ...
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Christ Teaching by Miracles
... line and go to the lake, and cast in his line, and catch the first fish that should
bite; and said that in its mouth he would find a piece of money with which ...
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Now, as to the Question which You Raise, when it was that I Began ...
... Is it thus that you interpret the sheep brought back to the fold, the
piece of money recovered, the prodigal son welcomed back? ...
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Of his Paying the Tribute Money Out of the Mouth of the Fish, an ...
... He saith, Yes;" and so on, down to where we read: "Thou shall find a piece of money:
that take, and give unto them for me and thee."  He is the only one ...
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The Parable of the Householder. A Sermon, by Bishop Latimer.
... declared unto us that some laboured the whole day, which are hired for a penny,
that is of our money ten pence: for like as we have a piece of money which we ...
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International Standard Bible EncyclopediaPiece of Money
PIECE OF MONEY
Two words are thus rendered in the King James Version (qesiTah; stater). the Revised Version (British and American) gives only the first this rendering (Job 42:11). It is supposed to be from Arabic qassaT, "to divide equally by weight," and hence, something weighed; a piece of silver weighed for money, and perhaps stamped with its weight. The stater is the well-known Greek weight and coin (Matthew 17:27 the King James Version, margin, "stater," the Revised Version (British and American) "shekel"). In gold it was equal to about a guinea or five dollars, but in silver only to about 66 cents (in 1915).
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