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Strong's #2845 - κοίτη

Transliteration
koítē
Phonetics
koy'-tay
Origin
from (G2749)
Parts of Speech
Noun Feminine
TDNT
None
Definition
Thayer's
  1. a place for laying down, resting, sleeping in
    1. a bed, couch
  2. the marriage bed
    1. of adultery
  3. cohabitation, whether lawful or unlawful
    1. sexual intercourse
Hebrew Equivalent Words:
Strong #: 4904 ‑ מִשְׁכָּב (mish‑kawb');  7901 ‑ שָׁכַב (shaw‑kab');  7902 ‑ שִׁכְבָה (shek‑aw‑baw');  
Frequency Lists  
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KJV (4)
Luke
1
Romans
2
Hebrews
1
NAS (4)
Luke
1
Romans
2
Hebrews
1
HCS (4)
Luke
1
Romans
2
Hebrews
1
BSB (4)
Luke
1
Romans
2
Hebrews
1
ESV (4)
Luke
1
Romans
2
Hebrews
1
WEB (4)
Luke
1
Romans
2
Hebrews
1
Verse Results
Liddell-Scott-Jones Definitions

κοίτ-η, ἡ, (κεῖμαι)

I

1. = cross κοῖτος 1, once in Hom., Od. 19.341 (v.l. cross οἴκῳ); bedstead, IG 12.330.16, al., Wilcken Chr. 244.3 (iii B.C.), etc.; esp. marriage-bed, A. Supp. 804 (lyr.), S. Tr. 17; οὐ γὰρ ἐκ μιᾶς κ. ἔβλαστον Id. Fr. 546; τᾶς ἀπλήστου κ. ἔρος E. Med. 152 (lyr.), etc.; ἀνάνδρου κοίτας λέκτρον ib. 436 (lyr.); also πετρίνη κοίτη, of a cave, S. Ph. 160 (anap.); τειρομέναν νοσερᾷ κ. on a sick- bed, E. Hipp. 132 (lyr.); κοίταν δ' ἔχει νέρθεν, of one dead, S. OC 1706 (lyr.); κ. σκληρά Pl. Lg. 942d, Aret. CA 1.1: pl., ἔννυχοι κ. Pi. P. 11.25; νυμφίδιοι κ. E. Alc. 249 (lyr.): metaph., of the sea, ἐν μεσημβριναῖς κοίταις.. εὕδοι πεσών A. Ag. 566; of the bed of a river, Procop. Aed. 5.5, Phlp. in Ph. 586.21, Lyd. Mens. 4.10.

2. lair of a wild beast, nest of a bird, etc., E. Ion 155 (lyr.); χελιδόνων Aët. 16.15; κ. ποιεῖσθαι, of the spider, Arist. HA 623a12; of the fish ἐξώκοιτος, Thphr. Fr. 171.1.

3. quarters, τῶν φυλακιτῶν BGU 1007.14 (iii B.C.), cf. PTeb. 179 (ii B.C.); v. infr. VI.

4. pen, fold for cattle, PLips. 118.15 (ii A.D.).

II act of going to bed, τῆς κοίτης ὥρη bed -time, Hdt. 1.10, 5.20; τραπέζῃ καὶ κοίτῃ δέκεσθαι to entertain 'at bed and board', ibid.; τὴν σκηνὴν εἰς κ. διέλυον for going to bed, X. Cyr. 2.3.1 (but κεῖσθαι κοίταν to lie still in death, A. Ag. 1494 (lyr.)).

III lodging, entertainment, PTeb. 122.1 (i B.C.), al. of sexual connexion, κ. διδόναι LXX Numbers 5:20, cf. Leviticus 18:20; κ. σπέρματος ib. 15.16; κ. ἔχειν ἐκ.. to become pregnant by a man, Romans 9:10; in bad sense, lasciviousness, ib. 13.13 (pl.). parcel, lot of land, PAmh. 2.88.9 (ii A.D.), PRyl. 168.9 (ii A.D.). chest, case, or basket, Pherecr. 122, Eup. 76, IG 22.120.37,40, Men. 129.2, PPetr. 2p.10 (iii B.C., unless in signf. 1.3), Luc. Sat. 21; αἱ μυστικαὶ κ. Plu. Phoc. 28.

Abbott-Smith Manual Greek Lexicon of the New Testament

κοίτη , -ης , (in Hom., κοῖτος ),

[in LXX chiefly for H4904, also for H7902, etc.;]

a bed: Luke 11:7; esp. the marriage-bed: κ . ἀμίαντος , Hebrews 13:4; κ . ἔχειν , of a woman conceiving, Romans 9:10 (cf. peculiar phrases in LXX, Leviticus 15:18, al.); of illicit intercourse, pl., Romans 13:13.†


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Vocabulary of the Greek NT

κοίτη in the sense of ";bed"; occurs in the Serapeum dream P Par 51.11 (B.C. 160) (= Selections, p. 19) μεταβέβλ [ηκα ] τὴν κοίτην μου, ";I have changed my bed"; : cf. also the Christian letter written by a sick woman, P Oxy VIII. 1161.10 (iv/A.D.)—πάνυ μὴ δυναμένη ἀναστῆναι ἐκ τῆς κοίτης μου, ";quite unable to rise from my bed."; The word seems to have the general meaning of ";resting-place"; in P Lips I. 118.15 (A.D. 160–1), where ground is set aside εἰς βρῶσιν προβάτων καὶ κοίτην. In this way κοίτη is frequently used of a ";parcel"; of land (cf. σφραγίς) as in P Ryl II. 168.9 (A.D. 120) κοίτην ἣν ἐγεώργει Φιβίων, ";a parcel cultivated by Phibion,"; P Amh II. 88.9 (A.D. 128) ἐν δυσὶ κοίταις ἀρούρας ἑπτά, ";seven arourae in two parcels,"; etc. The derived meaning ";box,"; ";chest,"; is seen in P Petr II. 4 (6).10 (B.C. 255–4) διὰ τὸ μὴ εἶναι ἄρτους ἐν τῇ κοίτῃ, P Tebt I. 180 (B.C. 92 or 59) εἰσὶν οἱ δεδωκ (ότες) χαλκὸν εἰς τὴν κοίτην Εὑρήμονος. For the verb κοιτάζω, which is found in the LXX, cf. P Oxy XII. 1465.9 (i/B.C.) τοὺς ἄλλους τοὺς ἐκε ̣ῖ κο ̣ιταζο [μέ ]νους, ";the others who sleep there"; (Edd.), for the subst. κοιτασμός cf. P Tebt II. 423.19 (early iii/A.D.) ἐὰν οὖν μὴ ἦς λαβὼν τὰ πρόβατα πρὸς κοιτασμός (l. όν), ";so if you have not received the sheep for folding"; (Edd.), for ἀπόκοιτος cf. ib. 384.6 (A.D. 10) οὐ γεινόμενος (l. ον) ἀπόκοιτον οὐδ᾽ ἀφ [ήμερον ἀπ ]ὸ τῆς [Πασώνιος ] οἰκίας, ";he shall not sleep away or absent himself by day from Pasonis’ house"; (Edd.), and for ἐκκοιτεία see P Tebt II. 332.9 (s.v. καιρός). With the use κοίτη for ";sexual intercourse"; in Romans 13:13 we may compare the verb ἀνδροκοιτέω in BGU IV. 1106.29 (B.C. 13), P Cairo Preis 31.24 (A.D. 139–140).

 

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κοιταις κοίταις κοίτας κοιτη κοίτη κοιτην κοίτην κοίτης κοιτών koitais koítais koite koitē koíte koítē koiten koitēn koíten koítēn
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