Strong's #4980: scholazo (pronounced skhol-ad'-zo)
from 4981; to take a holiday, i.e. be at leisure for (by implication, devote oneself wholly to); figuratively, to be vacant (of a house):--empty, give self.
Thayer's Greek Lexicon:
1) to cease from labour, to loiter
2) to be free from labour, to be at leisure, to be idle
2a) to have leisure for a thing
2b) to give one' s self to a thing
3) of things
3a) of places, to be unoccupied, empty
3b) of a centurion' s vacant office
3c) of vacant ecclesiastical offices
3d) of officers without charge
Part of Speech: verb
Relation: from G4981
This word is used 2 times:
Matthew 12:44: "and when he is come, he findeth it empty, swept, and garnished."
1 Corinthians 7:5: "consent for a time, that ye may give yourselves to fasting and prayer;"