Spend, Spent - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words

Spend, Spent

[ 1,,G1159, dapanao ]
(a) to expend, spend," Mark 5:26 [for Acts 21:24 See CHARGE, Note
(5)]: 2 Corinthians 12:15 (1st part: for "be spent," See No. 2);
(b) "to consume, squander," Luke 15:14; James 4:3. See CONSUME, Note.

[ 2,,G1550, ekdapanao ]
lit., "to spend out" (ek), an intensive form of No. 1, "to spend entirely," is used in 2 Corinthians 12:15, in the Passive Voice, with reflexive significance, "to spend oneself out (for others)," "will ... be spent," RV marg., "spent out" (See No. 1).

[ 3,,G4325, prosdapanao ]
"to spend besides" (pros, and No. 1), is used in Luke 10:35, "thou spendest more."

[ 4,,G4321, prosanalisko ]
"to spend besides," a strengthened form of analisko, "to expend, consume" (See CONSUME, No. 1), occurs in most texts in Luke 8:43.

[ 5,,G1230, diaginomai ]
used of time, "to intervene, elapse," is rendered "was spent" in Acts 27:9. See PAST.

[ 6,,G4298, prokopto ]
"to cut forward a way, advance," is translated "is far spent," in Romans 13:12, said metaphorically of "the night," the whole period of man's alienation from God. Though the tense is the aorist, it must not be rendered "was far spent," as if it referred, e.g., to Christ's first Advent. The aorist is here perfective. See ADVANCE.

[ 7,,G2827, klino ]
"to lean, decline," is said of the decline of day in Luke 24:29, "is (now) far spent," lit., "has declined." See BOW (Verb).

[ 8,,G1096, ginomai ]
"to become, occur," is rendered "was far spent" in Mark 6:35, lit., "much hour (i.e., many an hour) having taken place."

[ 9,,G4160, poieo ]
"to do," is translated "have spent (but one hour)," in Matthew 20:12, RV (AV, "have wrought") lit., as in the Eng. idiom, "have done one hour;" so in Acts 20:3, RV, "when he had spent (lit., 'had done') three months" (AV, "abode").

[ 10,,G2119, eukaireo ]
"to have leisure or devote one's leisure to," is translated "spent their time," in Acts 17:21. See LEISURE.

[ 11,,G5551, chronotribeo ]
"to spend time" (chronos, "time," tribo, "to rub, to wear out"), occurs in Acts 20:16.

Note: Polus, much, is rendered "far spent" twice in Mark 6:35, RV.

Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words