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Vine's Expository Dictionary of NT Words [1]

1: Ἐπίβλημα (Strong'S #1915 — Noun Neuter — epiblema — ep-ib'-lay-mah )

primariy denotes "that which is thrown over, a cover" (epi, "over," ballo, "to throw"); then, "that which is put on, or sewed on, to cover a rent, a patch,"  Matthew 9:16;  Mark 2:21; in the next sentence, RV, "that which should fill" (AV, "the new piece that filled"), there is no word representing "piece" (lit., "the filling," pleroma); see Fill , B:  Luke 5:36 .

2: Δραχμή (Strong'S #1406 — Noun Feminine — drachme — drakh-may' )

a drachma, firstly, "an Attic weight," as much as one can hold in the hand (connected with drassomai, "to grasp with the hand, lay hold of,"  1—Corinthians 3:19 ), then, "a coin," nearly equal to the Roman denarius (see Penny is translated "pieces of silver" in  Luke 15:8,1 st part; "piece," 2nd part and  Luke 15:9 .

3: Μέρος (Strong'S #3313 — Noun Neuter — meros — mer'-os )

"a part," is translated "a piece (of a broiled fish)" in  Luke 24:42 . See Behalf , Part.

4: Κλάσμα (Strong'S #2801 — Noun Neuter — klasma — klas'-mah )

"a broken piece" (from klao, "to break") is used of the broken pieces from the feeding of the multitudes, RV, "broken pieces," AV, "fragments,"  Matthew 14:20;  Mark 6:43;  8:19,20;  Luke 9:17;  John 6:12,13; in  Matthew 15:37;  Mark 8:8 , RV, "broken pieces" (AV, "broken meat").

5: Ἀργύριον (Strong'S #694 — Noun Neuter — argurion — ar-goo'-ree-on )

which frequently denotes "money," also represents "a silver coin," of the value of a shekel or tetradrachmon (four times the drachme, see No. 2); it is used in the plural in  Matthew 26:15;  27:3-9 . In  Acts 19:19 , "fifty thousand of silver" is, lit., "fifty thousand of silver" (probably drachmas). See Money , Silver.

 Acts 27:44 Matthew 21:44 Mark 5:4Break Luke 14:18 Matthew 17:27

King James Dictionary [2]

Piece n. Heb. to cut off or clip.

1. A fragment or part of any thing separated from the whole, in any manner, by cutting, splitting, breaking or tearing as, to cut in pieces, break in pieces, tear in pieces, pull in pieces, &c. a piece of a rock a piece of paper. 2. A part of any thing, though not separated, or separated only in idea not the whole a portion as a piece of excellent knowledge. 3. A distinct part or quantity a part considered by itself, or separated from the rest only by a boundary or divisional line as a piece of land in the meadow or on the mountain. 4. A separate part a thing or portion distinct from others of a like kind as a piece of timber a piece of cloth a piece of paper hangings. 5. A composition, essay or writing of no great length as a piece of poetry or prose a piece of music. 6. A separate performance a distinct portion of labor as a piece of work. 7. A picture or painting.

If unnatural, the finest colors are but daubing,and the piece is a beautiful monster at the best.

8. A coin as a piece of eight. 9. A gun or single part of ordnance. We apply the word to a cannon, a mortar, or a musket. Large guns are called battering pieces smaller guns are called field pieces. 10. In heraldry, an ordinary or charge. The fess, the bend, the pale, the bar, the cross, the saltier, the chevron are called honorable pieces. 11. In ridicule or contempt. A piece of a lawyer is a smatterer. 12. A castle a building. Not in use.

A-piece, to each as, he paid the men a dollar a-piece.

Of a piece, like of the same sort, as if taken from the same whole. They seemed all of a piece. Sometimes followed by with.

The poet must be of a piece with the spectators to gain reputation.

PIECE, To enlarge or mend by the addition of a piece to patch as, to piece a garment to piece the time.

To piece out, to extend or enlarge by addition of a piece or pieces.

PIECE, To unite by coalescence of parts to be compacted, as parts into a whole.

Webster's Dictionary [3]

(1): ( n.) A definite portion or quantity, as of goods or work; as, a piece of broadcloth; a piece of wall paper.

(2): ( n.) A fragment or part of anything separated from the whole, in any manner, as by cutting, splitting, breaking, or tearing; a part; a portion; as, a piece of sugar; to break in pieces.

(3): ( n.) Any one thing conceived of as apart from other things of the same kind; an individual article; a distinct single effort of a series; a definite performance

(4): ( n.) A literary or artistic composition; as, a piece of poetry, music, or statuary.

(5): ( n.) A musket, gun, or cannon; as, a battery of six pieces; a following piece.

(6): ( n.) A coin; as, a sixpenny piece; - formerly applied specifically to an English gold coin worth 22 shillings.

(7): ( n.) A fact; an item; as, a piece of news; a piece of knowledge.

(8): ( n.) An individual; - applied to a person as being of a certain nature or quality; often, but not always, used slightingly or in contempt.

(9): ( n.) One of the superior men, distinguished from a pawn.

(10): ( n.) A castle; a fortified building.

(11): ( v. t.) To make, enlarge, or repair, by the addition of a piece or pieces; to patch; as, to piece a garment; - often with out.

(12): ( v. t.) To unite; to join; to combine.

(13): ( v. i.) To unite by a coalescence of parts; to fit together; to join.

Hastings' Dictionary of the Bible [4]

PIECE . Piece is used in AV [Note: Authorized Version.] for (1) a measure equal to a firkin ( 1Es 8:20 ‘an hundred pieces of wine’); (2) an instrument of war ( 1Ma 6:51 ‘pieces to cast darts, and slings’).

International Standard Bible Encyclopedia [5]

pēs  : In the King James Version the word (singular and plural) represents a large number of different Hebrew words, many of which have more or less the same significance, e.g. piece of meat or flesh (  Genesis 15:10;  2 Samuel 6:19;  Ezekiel 24:4 ); of bread or cake ( 1 Samuel 2:36;  1 Samuel 30:12;  Jeremiah 37:21 ); of ground or land ( 2 Samuel 23:11 ); of wall ( Nehemiah 3:11 ,  Nehemiah 3:19 ff); of an ear (  Amos 3:12 ); of cloth or garment ( 1 Kings 11:30 ); of millstone ( Judges 9:53 ). It is used frequently in paraphrastic renderings of various Hebrew verbs: "break," "tear," "cut," etc., in pieces ( Genesis 44:28 , etc.).

In the New Testament "piece" renders ἐπίβλημα , epı́blēma , "piece" or "patch of cloth" (  Matthew 9:16;  Mark 2:21;  Luke 5:36 ). It is also found in paraphrastic renderings - broken in pieces ( Mark 5:4 ), pulled in pieces ( Acts 23:10 ).