3614: οἰκία

Noun, Feminine


Dodson dictionary

G3614 οἰκία, ας, ἡ

Transliteration: oikía

Part(s) of speech: Noun, Feminine

Definition: a house, household, dwelling; meton: goods, property, means.

From: Public Domain Greek-English lexicon by John Jeffrey Dodson (2010)

Strong's Greek Dictionary

G3614 οἰκία

Transliteration: oikía

Derivation: from G3624;

Definition: properly, residence (abstractly), but usually (concretely) an abode (literally or figuratively); by implication, a family (especially domestics)

From: Strong's Greek Dictionary by James Strong (1890)

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Abbott-Smith Lexicon

οἰκία

G3614 

Occurrences in the NT: 93

οἰκία, -ας, ἡ
(< οἶκος), [in LXX chiefly (very freq.) for בַּיִת;]
a house, dwelling: Mt 2:11 7:24-27, Mk 1:29, al.; ἐν οἰκίᾳ (= cl. κατ ̓ οἰκίαν), at home, Lk 8:27; εἰς οἰ., II Jn 10; οἰ, c. gen. pers., usually has the art. (Mt 8:14, al., but cf. οἶκος and v. Bl., § 46, 9); ἡ οἰ. τ. πατρός μου, Jo 14:2. Metaph.,
(a) of the body as the dwelling of the soul: II Co 5:1;
(b) of property (as בַּיִת, Ge 45:18, LXX, τ. ὑπάρχοντα; III Ki 13:8, LXX, οἶκος) = οἶκος (q.v.): Mk 12:40, Lk 20:47;
(c) of the inmates of the dwelling, the household: Mt 12:25; c. gen. pers., Jo 4:53, I Co 16:15.
SYN.: οἶκος, which in Attic law denoted the whole estate, οἰκία, the dwelling only. In cl. poets οἶκος has also the latter sense, but not in prose, except in metaph. usage, where it signifies both property and household. The foregoing distinction is not, however, consistently maintained in late Greek; cf. MM, ii, xvii, and v. Thayer, s.v. οἰκία.

From: Abbott-Smith, George, "A Manual Greek-English Lexicon of the Greek New Testament", 1922. Public Domain.

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Occurrences in the Greek New Testament

Text: Nestle's 1904 edition