oikeó: to inhabit, to dwellOriginal Word: οἰκέωPart of Speech:
I inhabit, dwellDefinition:
I inhabit, dwell, indwell.
3611 oikéō (from 3624 /oíkos, "a house, dwelling, habitation") – properly, to make a home; living "at home" (i.e. comfortably) because it is one's residence; "to be at home."
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
to inhabit, to dwellNASB Translation
dwells (7), live (2).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 3611: οἰκέωοἰκέω
); from Homer
down; the Sept.
, a few times for שָׁכַן
(transitive), to dwell in
and often in Attic), 1 Timothy 6:16
; (intransitive, to dwell
), μετά τίνος
, with one (of the husband and wife), 1 Corinthians 7:12
f; tropically, (ἐν τίνι
, to be fixed and operative in one's soul: of sin, Romans 7:17f, 20
; of the Holy Spirit, Romans 8
:(9),11; 1 Corinthians 3:16
. (Compare: ἐνοικέω
From oikos; to occupy a house, i.e. Reside (figuratively, inhabit, remain, inhere); by implication, to cohabit -- dwell. See also oikoumene.
see GREEK oikos
see GREEK oikoumene