douleia: slaveryOriginal Word: δουλεία, ας, ἡPart of Speech:
Cognate: 1397 douleía (a feminine noun) – bondage, a brand of slavery (enslavement). See 1401 (doulos).
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
slavery (4), slaves (1).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 1397: δουλείαδουλεία
(see Iota)), δουλείας
); slavery, bondage, the condition of a slave
: τῆς φθορᾶς
, the bondage which consists in decay (Winer
s Grammar, § 59, 8 a., cf. Buttmann
, 78 (68)), equivalent to the law, the necessity, of perishing, Romans 8:21
; used of the slavish sense of fear, devoid alike of buoyancy of spirit and of trust in God, such as is produced by the thought of death, Hebrews 2:15
, as well as by the Mosaic law in its votaries, Romans 8:15
); the Mosaic system is said to cause δουλεία
on account of the grievous burdens its precepts impose upon its adherents: Galatians 4:24
; Galatians 5:1
. (From Pindar
From douleuo; slavery (ceremonially or figuratively) -- bondage.
see GREEK douleuo