moné: an abiding, an abodeOriginal Word: μονή, ῆς, ἡPart of Speech:
lodging, dwelling-place, roomDefinition:
lodging, dwelling-place, room, abode, mansion.
3438 monḗ (from 3306 /ménō, "to remain, abide") – an abiding dwelling-place (i.e. not transitory). 3438 /monḗ ("an individual dwelling") is only used twice in the NT (both times by Christ).
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
an abiding, an abodeNASB Translation
abode (1), dwelling places (1).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 3438: μόνημόνη
) (from Herodotus
down), a staying, abiding, dwelling, abode
: John 14:2
; μόνην ποιεῖν
(L T Tr WH ποιεῖσθαι
, as in Thucydides
1, 131; Josephus
, Antiquities 8, 13, 7; 13, 2, 1), to make an (one's) abode, παρά τίνι
metaphorically, of God and Christ by their power and spirit exerting a most blessed influence on the souls of believers, John 14:23
; see ποιῶ
, 1 c.<1>
From meno; a staying, i.e. Residence (the act or the place) -- abode, mansion.
see GREEK meno