οἰκία

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Forms of the word
Dictionary: 
οἰκία, -ας, ἡ
Greek transliteration: 
oikia
Simplified transliteration: 
oikia
Numbers
Strong's number: 
3614
GK Number: 
3864
Statistics
Frequency in New Testament: 
93
Morphology of Biblical Greek Tag: 
n-1a
Gloss: 
house, home; family
Definition: 
a house, dwelling, an abode, Mt. 2:11; 7:24, 27; trop. the bodily abode of the soul, 2 Cor. 5:1; meton. a household, family, Mt. 10:13; 12:25; meton. goods, property, means, Mt. 23:13

Greek-English Concordance for

Matthew 2:11 Upon entering the house (oikian | οἰκίαν | acc sg fem) they saw the child with Mary his mother, and falling to their knees they worshiped him. Then opening their treasure chests, they presented him with gifts, gold and frankincense and myrrh.
Matthew 5:15 Nor do people light a lamp and put it under the meal-tub, but on a stand, and it gives light to all in the house (oikia | οἰκίᾳ | dat sg fem).
Matthew 7:24 “Therefore everyone who hears these words of mine, and does them, is like the wise man, who built his house (oikian | οἰκίαν | acc sg fem) upon rock.
Matthew 7:25 When the rain came down, and the waters rose, and the winds blew and beat against that house (oikia | οἰκίᾳ | dat sg fem), it did not collapse because it had been founded on rock.
Matthew 7:26 But everyone who hears these words of mine, and does not do them, will be like the foolish man who built his house (oikian | οἰκίαν | acc sg fem) on sand.
Matthew 7:27 When the rain came down, and the waters rose, and the winds blew and beat against that house (oikia | οἰκίᾳ | dat sg fem), it collapsed — and great was its fall!”
Matthew 8:6 saying, “Lord, my servant is lying at home (oikia | οἰκίᾳ | dat sg fem) paralyzed, suffering terribly.”
Matthew 8:14 And when Jesus entered Peter’s house (oikian | οἰκίαν | acc sg fem), he saw his mother-in-law lying sick with a fever.
Matthew 9:10 And as Jesus sat at table in the house (oikia | οἰκίᾳ | dat sg fem), many tax collectors and sinners came and were eating with Jesus and his disciples.
Matthew 9:23 When Jesus arrived at the ruler’s house (oikian | οἰκίαν | acc sg fem) and saw the flute players and the noisy crowd,
Matthew 9:28 When he had gone into the house (oikian | οἰκίαν | acc sg fem), the blind men came to him; and Jesus said to them, “Do you believe that I am able to do this?” They said to him, “Yes, Lord.”
Matthew 10:12 And when you enter a house (oikian | οἰκίαν | acc sg fem), give it your greeting.
Matthew 10:13 If the household (oikia | οἰκία | nom sg fem) is worthy, let your greeting of peace come upon it; but if it is not worthy, let your peace return to you.
Matthew 10:14 And if anyone will not receive you or listen to your message, as you leave that house (oikias | οἰκίας | gen sg fem) or that town shake off the dust from your feet.
Matthew 12:25 But he knew their thoughts and said to them, “Every kingdom divided against itself is brought to ruin, and no city or house (oikia | οἰκία | nom sg fem) divided against itself will stand.
Matthew 12:29 Or how can someone enter the strong man’s house (oikian | οἰκίαν | acc sg fem) and carry off his belongings, unless he first ties up the strong man? And then he will ransack his house (oikian | οἰκίαν | acc sg fem).
Matthew 13:1 That same day Jesus went out of the house (oikias | οἰκίας | gen sg fem) and was sitting by the sea.
Matthew 13:36 Then he left the crowds and went into the house (oikian | οἰκίαν | acc sg fem). And his disciples came to him, saying, “Explain to us the parable of the weeds in the field.”
Matthew 13:57 And they were deeply offended at him. But Jesus said to them, “A prophet is not without honor except in his hometown and in his own household.” (oikia | οἰκίᾳ | dat sg fem)
Matthew 17:25 “Yes,” he answered. And when he went into the house (oikian | οἰκίαν | acc sg fem), Jesus spoke to Peter first, saying, “What do you think, Simon? From whom do earthly kings collect tolls or taxes — from their sons or from outsiders?”
Matthew 19:29 And everyone who has left houses (oikias | οἰκίας | acc pl fem) or brothers or sisters or father or mother or children or lands for my name’s sake will receive a hundredfold and will inherit eternal life.
Matthew 24:17 the one on the housetop must not go down to gather up what is in his house (oikias | οἰκίας | gen sg fem),
Matthew 24:43 But understand this: if the owner of the house had known at what time of night the thief was coming, he would have been on the alert and would not have allowed his house (oikian | οἰκίαν | acc sg fem) to be broken into.
Matthew 26:6 Now while Jesus was in Bethany, in the house (oikia | οἰκίᾳ | dat sg fem) of Simon the leper,
Mark 1:29 As soon as they left the synagogue they went they went to the house (oikian | οἰκίαν | acc sg fem) of Simon and Andrew, with James and John.
Mark 2:15 And as he reclined at table he in Levi’s house (oikia | οἰκίᾳ | dat sg fem), Levi’s many tax collectors and sinners were reclining with Jesus and his disciples, his for there were many who followed him.
Mark 3:25 And if a house (oikia | οἰκία | nom sg fem) is divided against itself, is divided that house (oikia | οἰκία | nom sg fem) cannot stand.
Mark 3:27 But no one can no one enter the house (oikian | οἰκίαν | acc sg fem) of the strong man and carry off his possessions his carry off unless first he ties up the strong man; he ties up then he can rob his house (oikian | οἰκίαν | acc sg fem). his he can rob
Mark 6:4 And Jesus said to them, Jesus “A prophet is not prophet without honor except in his hometown, his and among his relatives, his and in his own household.” (oikia | οἰκίᾳ | dat sg fem) his
Mark 6:10 And he said to them, “Whenever you enter a house (oikian | οἰκίαν | acc sg fem), stay there until you leave that area.
Mark 7:24 From there Jesus arose and went to the region of Tyre. He entered a house (oikian | οἰκίαν | acc sg fem) and wanted no one to know about it, yet he was not able to escape attention.
Mark 9:33 And they came to Capernaum; and when he was in the house (oikia | οἰκίᾳ | dat sg fem), he asked them, “What were you discussing on the way?”
Mark 10:10 And in the house (oikian | οἰκίαν | acc sg fem), the disciples were again questioning him about this matter.
Mark 10:29 Jesus said, “I tell you the truth, there is no one who has left home (oikian | οἰκίαν | acc sg fem) or brothers or sisters or mother or father or children or fields for my sake and for the sake of the gospel
Mark 10:30 who will not receive one hundredfold now in this present time — houses (oikias | οἰκίας | acc pl fem) and brothers and sisters and mothers and children and fields, with persecutions — and in the coming age, eternal life.
Mark 12:40 They devour the property (oikias | οἰκίας | acc pl fem) of widows and, as a show, offer up long prayers. These men will receive a more severe judgment.”
Mark 13:15 Let the one who is on the housetop not come down, nor enter his house (oikias | οἰκίας | gen sg fem) to remove anything
Mark 13:34 It is like a man going on a journey. He left his home (oikian | οἰκίαν | acc sg fem) and gave authority to his servants, to each one his work, and he ordered the doorkeeper to stay alert.
Mark 13:35 So stay alert — for you do not know when the master of the house (oikias | οἰκίας | gen sg fem) will return, whether in the evening, or at midnight, or at cock crowing, or toward daybreak —
Mark 14:3 And while he was in Bethany in the house (oikia | οἰκίᾳ | dat sg fem) of Simon the leper, as he reclined at table, there came a woman with an alabaster flask of very costly anointment of pure nard; and breaking the flask, she poured it over his head.
Luke 4:38 After leaving the synagogue, Jesus went to Simon’s house (oikian | οἰκίαν | acc sg fem). Now Simon’s mother-in-law was suffering a severe fever, and they made a request to him on her behalf.
Luke 5:29 And Levi made a great banquet for him in his house (oikia | οἰκίᾳ | dat sg fem), and there was a great crowd of tax collectors and others who were reclining at table with them.
Luke 6:48 he is like a man building a house (oikian | οἰκίαν | acc sg fem), who dug deep and laid the foundation on bedrock; when a flood arose, the river broke against that house (oikia | οἰκίᾳ | dat sg fem) but could not shake it, because it had been well built.
Luke 6:49 But the one who hears and does not do them is like a man building a house (oikian | οἰκίαν | acc sg fem) on the ground without a foundation; when the river burst against it, immediately it fell, and the ruin of that house (oikias | οἰκίας | gen sg fem) was great.”
Luke 7:6 So Jesus went with them. And when he was not far from the house (oikias | οἰκίας | gen sg fem), the centurion sent friends, saying to him, “Lord, do not trouble yourself, for I am not worthy that you should come under my roof.
Luke 7:37 Now there was a woman known in the city as a sinner, and when she learned that Jesus was reclining at table in the house (oikia | οἰκίᾳ | dat sg fem) of the Pharisee, she brought an alabaster jar of perfume,
Luke 7:44 Then turning toward the woman, he said to Simon, “You see this woman? I came into your house (oikian | οἰκίαν | acc sg fem); you did not provide water for my feet, but she has bathed my feet with her tears and wiped them with her hair.
Luke 8:27 When he stepped out on the land, a man from the town met him, who was possessed by demons, and for a long time had not worn clothes or had lived in a house (oikia | οἰκίᾳ | dat sg fem) but among the tombs.
Luke 8:51 When he went into the house (oikian | οἰκίαν | acc sg fem) he did not allow anyone to go in with him except Peter and John and James, and the father of the child and her mother.
Luke 9:4 And whatever house (oikian | οἰκίαν | acc sg fem) you enter, stay there, and from there go out.

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