5110. tokos
Strong's Concordance
tokos: a bringing forth, birth, fig. interest, usury
Original Word: τόκος, ου, ὁ
Part of Speech: Noun, Masculine
Transliteration: tokos
Phonetic Spelling: (tok'-os)
Definition: a bringing forth, birth, interest, usury
Usage: interest, usury.
NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from tiktó
a bringing forth, birth, fig. interest, usury
NASB Translation
interest (2).

Thayer's Greek Lexicon
STRONGS NT 5110: τόκος

τόκος, τόκου, (from τίκτω, perfect τέτοκα);

1. birth;

a. the act of bringing forth.

b. that which has been brought forth, offspring; (in both senses from Homer down).

2. interest of money, usury (because it multiplies money, and as it were 'breeds' (cf. e. g. Merchant of Venice 1:3)): Matthew 25:27; Luke 19:23 (so in Greek writings from Pindar and Aristophanes down; the Sept. for נֶשֶׁך).

Strong's Exhaustive Concordance

From the base of tikto; interest on money loaned (as a produce) -- usury.

see GREEK tikto

Forms and Transliterations
τόκον τόκος τόκου τόκους τοκω τόκω τόκῳ τόκων τόλμη toko tokō tókoi tókōi
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Englishman's Concordance
Matthew 25:27 N-DMS
GRK: ἐμὸν σὺν τόκῳ
NAS: I would have received my [money] back with interest.
KJV: mine own with usury.
INT: my own with interest

Luke 19:23 N-DMS
GRK: ἐλθὼν σὺν τόκῳ ἂν αὐτὸ
NAS: I would have collected it with interest?'
KJV: mine own with usury?
INT: having come with interest anyhow it

Strong's Greek 5110
2 Occurrences

τόκῳ — 2 Occ.

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