Two hundred pennyworth of bread (diakosiwn dhnariwn artoi). "Loaves of two hundred denarii." The Roman coin originally for ten asses (afterwards sixteen), about 16 2/3 cents. The denarius was the usual pay for a day's labour ( Matthew 20:2Matthew 20:9Matthew 20:13 ). This item in Mark 6:37 , but not in Matthew or Luke. That every one may take a little (ina ekasto bracu labh). Final clause with ina and second aorist active subjunctive of lambanw. This detail in John alone.