ἀπολύων [13 verses](part sg pres act masc nom) " "Shall put away" is apolyo. which means "to loose from" "to set free," "to release," "to acquit," "to divorce [a wife]," "to do away with," and "to begin to count." In the passive, it means "to be released," "to be separated [combatants]," "to be brought forth [a child]," and "to be delivered [of a mother]," and "to be undone." -- The Greek verb translated as "thou art loosed" means "to loose from" "to set free," "to release," "to acquit,"  and "to divorce [a wife]." Its root is the word that means "untie" with the sense of "untie from," so our word "released."

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