This is what the "An Intermediate Greek-English Lexicon Founded upon the Seventh Edition of Liddell and Scott's Greek-English Lexicon" of the Oxford University Press has to say of 'agape':

Agape, fem. love: esp. brotherly love, charity; the love of God for man and of man for God (New Testament) II. in pl. a love feast, lb. (Derivation uncertain)

The verbs are:

Agapao, (I'll skip the conjugation info...) I. of persons, to treat with affection, to caress, love, be fond of, cum accusativus, Att. form for agapazo, used by Plato etc. :-Passive, to be beloved, ld. used by Demosthenes. 2. in New Testament, to regard with brotherly love verb of agape II. of things, to be well pleased or contented at or with a thing, cum dativus, used by Demosthenes etc. :-also cum accusativus rei, ld. ;-absolute use, to be content, used by Lucian :-ag, hoti.., ei.., ean.., to be well pleased that .. used by Thucydides etc.

Agapazo Epic and Dor. form of agapao (I'll skip the conjugation info again) to treat with affection, shew affection to a person, caress cum accusativus, used be Homer :-so in Medium, used in the Odyssey.