Enjoy - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
Enjoy[ A-1,Verb,G5177, tunchano ]
used transitively, denotes to hit upon, meet with;" then, "to reach, get, obtain;" it is translated "enjoy" (i.e., obtain to our satisfaction) in Acts 24:2. See CHANCE, COMMON, Note
[ B-1,Noun,G619, apolausis ]
"enjoyment" (from apolauo, "to take hold of, enjoy a thing"), suggests the advantage or pleasure to be obtained from a thing (from a root, lab---, seen in lambano, "to obtain"); it is used with the preposition eis, in 1 Timothy 6:17, lit., "unto enjoyment," rendered "to enjoy;" with echo, "to have," in Hebrews 11:25, lit., "to have pleasure (of sin)," translated "to enjoy the pleasures." See PLEASURE.