endémeó: to be in one's own country, to be at homeOriginal Word: ἐνδημέωPart of Speech:
I am at homeDefinition:
I am at home, live in a place.
1736 endēméō (from 1722 /en "in," intensifying 1218 /dḗmos, "people bonded together by a particular identity") – properly, be present (at home), as amongst one's own type of (kindred, related) people.
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
to be in one's own country, to be at homeNASB Translation
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 1736: ἐνδημέωἐνδημέω
; 1 aorist infinitive ἐνδημῆσαι
one who is among his own people or in his own land, one who does not travel abroad; opposed to ἔκδημος
), properly, to be among one's own people, dwell in one's own country, stay at home
(opposed to ἐκδημέω
; see those words); equivalent to to have a fixed abode, be at home, ἐν τῷ σώματι
, of life on earth, 2 Corinthians 5:6, 9
; πρός τόν κύριον
, of life in heaven, 2 Corinthians 5:8
. (Rare in the classics, as Lysias
, p. 114, 36.)<1>
be at home
From a compound of en and demos; to be in one's own country, i.e. Home (figuratively) -- be at home (present).
see GREEK en
see GREEK demos