20 Yes, abrother, may I have 1profit from you in the Lord; 2brefresh my 3inward parts in Christ.
201 Gk. onaimen, similar in sound to Onesimus (both words meaning profitable). Here, this word is an allusion to the name Onesimus. This is a play on words, implying that since "you owe me even your own self, you are an Onesimus to me hence, you should be profitable to me, i.e., should let me have profit from you in the Lord."