Restore - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
Restore[ 1,,G591, apodidomi ]
to give back," is translated "I restore" in Luke 19:8. See DELIVER, A, No. 3.
[ 2,,G600, apokathistemi ]
or the alternative form apokathistano is used
(a) of "restoration" to a former condition of health, Matthew 12:13; Mark 3:5; Mark 8:25; Luke 6:10;
(b) of the Divine "restoration" of Israel and conditions affected by it, including the renewal of the covenant broken by them, Matthew 17:11; Mark 9:12; Acts 1:6;
(c) of "giving" or "bringing" a person back, Hebrews 13:19. In the papyri it is used of financial restitution, of making good the breaking of a stone by a workman by his substituting another, of the reclamation of land, etc. (Moulton and Milligan).
[ 3,,G2675, katartizo ]
"to mend, to furnish completely," is translated "restore" in Galatians 6:1, metaphorically, of the "restoration," by those who are spiritual, of one overtaken in a trespass, such a one being as a dislocated member of the spiritual body. The tense is the continuous present, suggesting the necessity for patience and perseverance in the process. See FIT, MEND, PERFECT.