2968. kómé
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kómé: a village
Original Word: κώμη, ης, ἡ
Part of Speech: Noun, Feminine
Transliteration: kómé
Phonetic Spelling: (ko'-may)
Short Definition: a village
Definition: a village, country town.

HELPS word-Studies

2968 kṓmē – "a village or country town, properly as opposed to a walled city" (Abbott-Smith); a hamlet.

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
a prim. word
a village
NASB Translation
village (18), villages (9).

STRONGS NT 2968: κώμη

κώμη, κόμης, (akin to κεῖμαι, κοιμάω, properly, the common sleeping-place to which laborers in the fields return; Curtius, § 45 (related is English home)) (from Hesiod, Herodotus down), a village: Matthew 9:35; Matthew 10:11; Mark 11:2; Luke 5:17; Luke 9:52 (here Tdf. πόλιν), and often in the Synoptative Gospels; John 11:1, 30; with the name of the city near which the villages lie and to whose municipality they belong: Καισαρείας, Mark 8:27 (often so in the Sept. for בְּנות with the name of a city; cf. Gesenius, Thesaurus, i., p. 220{a} (B. D., under the word , 7); also for חַצְרֵי and חַצְרות with the name of a city); by metonymy, the inhabitants of villages, Acts 8:25; used also of a small town, as Bethsaida, Mark 8:23, 26, cf. ; John 1:45; of Bethlehem, John 7:42; for עִיר, Joshua 10:39; Joshua 15:9 (Complutensian LXX); Isaiah 42:11. (B. D., under the word Villages.)

town, village.

From keimai; a hamlet (as if laid down) -- town, village.

see GREEK keimai

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