prosopheiló: to owe besidesOriginal Word: προσοφείλω
Part of Speech: Verb
Phonetic Spelling: (pros-of-i'-lo)
Short Definition: I owe in addition
Definition: I owe besides (in addition).
4359 prosopheílō (from 4314 /prós, "towards" which intensifies 3784 /opheílō, "owe") – properly, owe towards, i.e. be indebted on a personal level (used only in Phm 19).Word Origin
from pros and opheiló
to owe besides
owe (1), well (1).
STRONGS NT 4359: προσοφείλω
προσοφείλω; to owe besides (see πρός, IV. 2): σεαυτόν, i. e. besides what I have just asked of thee thou owest to me even thine own self, since it was by my agency that thou wast brought to faith in Christ, Philemon 1:19. (Thucydides, Xenophon, Demosthenes, Polybius, Plutarch.)<1>
From pros and opheilo; to be indebted additionally -- over besides.
see GREEK pros
see GREEK opheilo προσοφειλεις προσοφείλεις prosopheileis prosopheíleis