oikeios: of one's family, domesticOriginal Word: οἰκεῖος, α, ονPart of Speech:
of one's family, domesticDefinition:
of one's family, domestic, intimate.
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 3609: οἰκεῖοςοἰκεῖος
), from Hesiod
down, belonging to a house or family, domestic, intimate
: belonging to one's household, related by blood, kindred, 1 Timothy 5:8
; οἰκεῖοι τοῦ Θεοῦ
, belonging to God's household, i. e. to the theocracy, Ephesians 2:19
; in a wider sense, with a genitive of the thing, belonging to, devoted to, adherents of
a thing, οἱ οἰκεῖοι τῆς πίστεως
, professors of the (Christian) faith, Galatians 6:10
(but others associate this passage with that from Ephesians as above; see Lightfoot
at the passage); so οἰκεῖος φιλοσοφίας
1, p. 13 b. (1, 17 edition Sieben.); γεωγραφιας
, p. 25 a. (1, 34 edition Sieben.); ὀλιγαρχιας
13, 91; τυραννίδος
, 19, 70. (The Sept.
, related by blood; דּוד
, 1 Samuel 10:14
, consanguinity, Leviticus 18:17
; οἰκεῖος τοῦ σπέρματος
, Isaiah 58:7
STRONGS NT 3609a: οἰκετείαοἰκετεία (others, οἰκετεία, cf. Chandler § 99ff), οἰκετείας, ἡ (οἰκέτης, which see), household i. e. body of servants (Macrobius, Appuleius (<160 a.d.="">)famulitium, German Dienerschaft): Matthew 24:45 L T Tr WH. (Strabo, Lucian, Inscriptions; plural Josephus, Antiquities 12, 2, 3),<1> 1>
those of the his own household.
From oikos; domestic, i.e. (as noun), a relative, adherent -- (those) of the (his own) house(-hold).
see GREEK oikos