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οἰκέτηςοἰκέτηςlexical form
οικετηςοἰκέτηςοικετ·ης(mas) nom sg

οἰκέτης, -ου, ὁ

Noun (Mas. 1st Decl.)

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Perseus Dictionary Entry (Liddell and Scott [and Jones]'s Greek-English Lexicon, 9th ed., 1925-1940)

οἰκέτης

Trench's Synonyms of the New Testament (1880)

§ix. θεράπων, δοῦλος, διάκονος, οἰκέτης, ὑπηρέτης

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Occurrences in the GNT

InflectionLemmaUncontracted Form(s)ParsingTranslation(s)Verse(s)
οἰκέταιοἰκέτηςοικετ·αι(mas) nom|voc plhousehold slaves (nom|voc)1Pt 2:18
οἰκέτηνοἰκέτηςοικετ·ην(mas) acc sghousehold slave (acc)Rom 14:4
οἰκέτηςοἰκέτηςοικετ·ης(mas) nom sghousehold slave (nom)Lk 16:13
οἰκετῶνοἰκέτηςοικετ·ων(mas) gen plhousehold slaves (gen)Acts 10:7

Inflections: 4
Total occurrences: 4

Occurrences in the LXX

InflectionLemmaUncontracted Form(s)ParsingTranslation(s)Verse(s)
οἰκέταιοἰκέτηςοικετ·αι(mas) nom|voc plhousehold slaves (nom|voc)Gn 44:16, Gn 50:18, Lv 25:42, Lv 25:55, Dt 6:21, JoB 9:8, JoB 9:11, TbS 9:5, Prv 22:7, Is 36:9
οἰκέταιςοἰκέτηςοικετ·αις(mas) dat plhousehold slaves (dat)Ex 5:15, Ex 5:16, Nm 32:5, TbBA 8:18, TbS 8:18, Sir 4:30
οἰκέταςοἰκέτηςοικετ·ας(mas) acc plhousehold slaves (acc)Gn 27:37, TbS 8:10, TbS 9:2, Sir 6:11
οἰκέτῃοἰκέτηςοικετ·ῃ(mas) dat sghousehold slave (dat)JoB 5:14, Prv 13:13a, Sir 10:25, Sir 33:25, Sir 33:27, Sir 37:11, Sir 42:5
οἰκέτηνοἰκέτηςοικετ·ην(mas) acc sghousehold slave (acc)Ex 12:44, Prv 30:10, Sir 7:20, Sir 7:21
οἰκέτηςοἰκέτηςοικετ·ης(mas) nom sghousehold slave (nom)Gn 9:25, Gn 44:33, Dt 5:15, Dt 15:15, Dt 15:17, Dt 16:12, Dt 24:18, Dt 24:20, Dt 24:22, Dt 34:5, 1Esd 4:59, Prv 17:2, Prv 19:10, Prv 29:19, Prv 29:21, Prv 30:22, Sir 23:10, Sir 33:31, Sir 33:32
οἰκέτουοἰκέτηςοικετ·ου(mas) gen sghousehold slave (gen)Ex 21:26, Ex 21:27, Lv 25:39, Lv 25:42, 1Esd 3:19
οἰκετῶνοἰκέτηςοικετ·ων(mas) gen plhousehold slaves (gen)Ex 32:13

Inflections: 8
Total occurrences: 56

κατ·οικητήριον, -ου, τό dwelling (n.)
κατ·οικία, -ας, ἡ dwelling (n.)
μετ·οικεσία, -ας, ἡ deportation (n.)
οἰκεῖος (-α) -ον householder (adj.) belonging to a household
οἰκετεία, -ας, ἡ household slave (n.)
οἰκέτης, -ου, ὁ household slave (n.)
οἴκημα, -ατος, τό room (n.)
οἰκητήριον, -ου, τό dwelling (n.)
οἰκήτωρ, -ορος, ὁ [LXX] inhabitant (n.)
οἰκία, -ας, ἡ house (n.)
οἰκιακός v.l. οἰκεια-, -οῦ, ὁ household member (n.)
οἶκος, -ου, ὁ house/home (n.) /dwelling-place, by extension, household.
οἰκουμένη, -ης, ἡ inhabited-region (n.) From the fem-pres-pass-part. of "οἰκέω" (dwell), hence being-inhabited world/land/region. Often rendered "world", but distinct from "cosmos".
παρ·οικία, -ας, ἡ sojourn (n.) dwelling near, a sojourning, a temporary residence in a foreign land
πάρ·οικος -ον sojourner (adj.) foreigner
περί·οικος -ον dwelling round (adj.) in Laconia, οἱ περίοικοι were the free inhabitants, being remnants of the original population, who enjoyed civil but not political liberty, opp. on the one hand to the Spartans, and on the other to the Helots

οἰκέω

ἐγ·κατ+οικέω to reside among (v.)
ἐν+οικέω to dwell in (v.)
κατ+οικέω to reside/settle-down (v.) Lit:"down-dwell", hence reside/dwell-permanently, settle-down-thoroughly/pervasively and in full control, to be exactly at home (see Eph 3:17, Col 1:19, 2:9). Contrast with "παροικέω" (dwell-beside))
παρ+οικέω to sojourn/dwell by (v.) Lit:"dwell-close-beside", hence sojourn/migrate, dwell-temporarily... in contrast with "κατοικέω" (down-dwell/settle).
περι+οικέω to dwell near (v.) to dwell near local residents, those close by
συν+οικέω to live with (v.)
οἰκέω to dwell (v.)

οἰκίζω

ἀπ+οικίζω [LXX] to deport (v.) banish, colonize
ἐν+οικίζω [LXX] to settle in a place plant fix in (v.) introduce a tenant into premises
κατ+οικίζω to domicile (v.) Lit: down-home, settle
μετ+οικίζω to emigrate (v.)
οἰκίζω [LXX] to colonize/settle (v.)
συν+οικίζω [LXX] to to make to live with (v.) live together, unite; to combine in one city, unite under a capital or metropolis; to join in peopling or colonising a country; generally to unite, associate

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