G3019 Λευΐτης - Strong's Greek Lexicon Number

Dodson:
Λευΐτης
a Levite
a Levite, properly a man of the tribe of Levi; hence: a priest's assistant, an under priest, as the members of that tribe were charged with this duty.
Strong's:
Λευΐτης
a Levite, i.e. descendant of Levi
Derivation: from G3017;

KJV Usage: Levite.

G3017
Thayer:
1) one of the tribe of Levi
2) in a narrower sense those were called Levites who, not being of the family of Aaron, for whom alone the priesthood was reserved, served as assistants to the priests. It was their duty to keep the sacred utensils and the temple clean, to provide the sacred loaves, to open and shut the gates of the temple, to sing the sacred hymns in the temple, and to do many other things.


Λευΐτης
Leuitēs
lyoo-ee'-tace
From G3017; a Levite, that is, descendant of Levi

KJV Usage: Levite.


View how G3019 Λευΐτης is used in the Bible

3 occurrences of G3019 Λευΐτης

Luke 10:32
John 1:19
Acts 4:36