enoikeó: to dwell inOriginal Word: ἐνοικέωPart of Speech:
I dwell in, am settled inDefinition:
I dwell in, am settled (stationary) in; met: I am indwelling.
1774 enoikéō (from 1722 /en "in," intensifying 3611 /oikéō, "dwell" at home, in one's personal residence) – properly, dwelling in a state (condition), i.e. at home; to inhabit ("in-habit") as one's personal residence (abiding indwelling).
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
to dwell inNASB Translation
dwell (2), dwells (2), dwelt (1).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 1774: ἐνοικέωἐνοικέω
; future ἐνοικήσω
; 1 aorist ἐνώκησα
; the Sept.
; to dwell in
; in the N. T. with ἐν τίνι
, the dative of person in one,
everywhere metaphorically, to dwell in one and influence him
(for good): ἐν τίνι
, in a person's soul, of the Holy Spirit, Romans 8:11
; 2 Timothy 1:14
; of πίστις
, 2 Timothy 1:5
; (of sin, Romans 7:17 T WH
(for simple οἰκεῖν
)); ἐν ὑμῖν
; in your assembly, of Christian truth, Colossians 3:16
; ἐν αὐτοῖς
, in a Christian church, of God, 2 Corinthians 6:16
, cf. 1 Corinthians 3:16
; (others understand the phrase in Colossians and Corinthians, the passages cited, internally, in your hearts
; but see Meyer).<1>
STRONGS NT 1774a: ἐνορκίζωἐνορκίζω; to adjure, put under oath, solemnly entreat, with two accusatives, one of him who is adjured, one of him by whom he is adjured (Buttmann, 147 (128)): 1 Thessalonians 5:27 L T Tr WH, for R G ὁρκίζω (on the infinitive following, cf. Buttmann, 276 (237)). Elsewhere not found except once (twice) in middle ἐνορκίζομαι in Boeckh, Inscriptions ii., p. 42, no. 1933; (and Josephus, Antiquities 8, 15, 4 Dindorf, also Bekker); the substantive ἐνορκισμος occurs in Synes. (1413 b. Migne); once also ἐνορκέω in Schol. ad Lucian, Catapl c. 23 ἐνόρκω σε κατά τοῦ πατρός; (to which Sophocles' Lexicon, under the word, adds Porph. Adm. 208, 18 ἐνόρκω σε εἰς τόν Θεόν ἵνα ἀπέλθῃς).<1> 1>
From en and oikeo; to inhabit (figuratively) -- dwell in.
see GREEK en
see GREEK oikeo