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Vine's Greek New Testment Dictionary

4 results found for philoxenia Showing 1 through 4

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Result 1- Hospitality
A. Noun
  1. philoxenia
B. Adjective
  1. philoxenos

A1.     Hospitality [Noun] philoxenia "love of strangers" (philos, "loving," xenos, "a stranger"), is used in Rom 12:13; Heb 13:2, lit. "(be not forgetful of) hospitality." See ENTERTAIN.

See also : philoxenia

B1.     Hospitality [Adjective] philoxenos "hospitable," occurs in 1 Tim 3:2; Titus 1:8; 1 Pet 4:9.

Note: For xenodocheo, 1 Tim 5:10, see xenodocheo under STRANGER.

See also : philoxenos

Result 2- Host (of guests)
  1. xenos
  2. pandocheus

1.     Host (of guests) xenos in addition to the meaning "stranger," mentioned above under philoxenia under HOSPITALITY, denotes one or other of the parties bound by ties of hospitality,
(a) "the guest" (not in the NT),
(b) "the host," Rom 16:23.

See also : xenos

2.     Host (of guests) pandocheus lit., "one who receives all" (pas, "all," dechomai, "to receive"), denotes "an innkeeper, host," Luke 10:35.

Result 3- Stranger
A. Adjectives (used as Nouns)
  1. xenos
  2. allotrios
  3. allogenes
B. Verb
  1. xenodocheo
C. Noun
  1. philoxenia

A1.     Stranger [Adjective (used as noun)] xenos "strange" (see xenos above), denotes "a stranger, foreigner," Matt 25:35,38,43,44; Matt 27:7; Acts 17:21; Eph 2:12,19; Heb 11:13; 3 John 1:5.

See also : xenos

A2.     Stranger [Adjective (used as noun)] allotrios "strangers," Matt 17:25,26; John 10:5 (twice): see allotrios, above.

See also : allotrios

A3.     Stranger [Adjective (used as noun)] allogenes (allos, "another," genos, "a race") occurs in Luke 17:18, of a Samaritan. Moulton and Milligan illustrate the use of the word by the inscription on the Temple barrier, "let no foreigner enter within the screen and enclosure surrounding the sanctuary;" according to Mommsen this inscription was cut by the Romans: cp. PARTITION.

(1) For paroikos, in AV, see paroikos under SOJOURN. For parepidemos, in AV, see PILGRIM.
(2) The pronoun heteros, "other," is translated "strangers" in 1 Cor 14:21 (2nd part), RV (AV, "other"); cp. STRANGE.

B1.     Stranger [Verb] xenodocheo "to receive strangers" (xenos, xenos, above, and dechomai, "to receive"), occurs in 1 Tim 5:10, RV, "(if) she hath used hospitality to strangers," AV, "(if) she have lodged strangers."

Note: For epidemeo, in AV, see epidemeo under SOJOURNER. For paroikeo, in AV, see paroikeo under SOJOURN.

C1.     Stranger [Noun] philoxenia "love of strangers," occurs in Rom 12:13, "hospitality," and Heb 13:2, RV, "to show love unto strangers," AV, "to entertain strangers." See ENTERTAIN.

Note: For parokia in Acts 13:17, see paroikia under SOJOURN.

See also : philoxenia

Result 4- Entertain
xenizo signifies
(a) "to receive as a guest" (xenos, "a guest") rendered "entertained" in Acts 28:7, RV, for AV, "lodged;" in Heb 13:2, "have entertained;"
(b) "to be astonished by the strangeness of a thing," Acts 17:20; 1 Pet 4:4,12. See LODGE, Xenizo under STRANGE (think).

Note: In Heb 13:2 (first part), philoxenia, lit., "love of strangers" (phileo, "to love," and xenos, "a stranger or guest"), is translated "to show love to," RV, for AV, "entertain." See HOSPITALITY.

See also : xenizo

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