G5382 φιλόξενος - Strong's Greek Lexicon Number

LSJ Gloss:
φιλόξενος
loving strangers, hospitable
Dodson:
φιλόξενος
hospitable
hospitable, loving strangers.
Strong's:
φιλόξενος
fond of guests, i.e. hospitable
Derivation: from G5384 and G3581;

KJV Usage: given to (lover of, use) hospitality.

G5384 G3581
TBESG:
φιλόξενος
hospitable
G:A
φιλό-ξενος, -ον
loving strangers, hospitable:
Refs 1Ti.3:2, Tit.1:8, 1Pe.4:9
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(AS)
Thayer:
1) hospitable, generous to guests


φιλόξενος
philoxenos
fil-ox'-en-os
From G5384 and G3581; fond of guests, that is, hospitable

KJV Usage: given to (lover of, use) hospitality.


View how G5382 φιλόξενος is used in the Bible

3 occurrences of G5382 φιλόξενος

1 Timothy 3:2 given to hospitality,
Titus 1:8 a lover of hospitality,
1 Peter 4:9 Use hospitality

Distinct usage

1 Use hospitality
1 given to hospitality,
1 a lover of hospitality,


Related words

G5382 φιλόξενος

G5381 φιλονεξία
φιλονεξία
philonexia
fil-on-ex-ee'-ah
From G5382; hospitableness

KJV Usage: entertain strangers, hospitality.


G5384 φίλος

φίλος
philos
fee'-los
Properly dear, that is, a friend; actively fond, that is, friendly (still as a noun, an associate, neighbor, etc.)

KJV Usage: friend.


G2321 Θεόφιλος
Θεόφιλος
Theophilos
theh-of'-il-os
From G2316 and G5384; friend of God; Theophilus, a Christian

KJV Usage: Theophilus.


G5358 φιλάγαθος
φιλάγαθος
philagathos
fil-ag'-ath-os
From G5384 and G18; fond of good, that is, a promoter of virtue

KJV Usage: love of good men.


G5361 φιλάδελφος
φιλάδελφος
philadelphos
fil-ad'-el-fos
From G5384 and G80; fond of brethren, that is, fraternal

KJV Usage: love as brethren.


G5362 φίλανδρος
φίλανδρος
philandros
fil'-an-dros
From G5384 and G435; fond of man, that is, affectionate as a wife

KJV Usage: love their husbands.


G5364 φιλανθρώπως
φιλανθρώπως
philanthrōpōs
fil-an-thro'-poce
Adverb from a compound of G5384 and G444; fondly to man (philanthropically), that is, humanely

KJV Usage: courteously.


G5366 φιλάργυρος
φιλάργυρος
philarguros
fil-ar'-goo-ros
From G5384 and G696; fond of silver (money), that is, avaricious

KJV Usage: covetous.


G5367 φίλαυτος
φίλαυτος
philautos
fil'-ow-tos
From G5384 and G846; fond of self, that is, selfish

KJV Usage: lover of own self.


G5368 φιλέω
φιλέω
phileō
fil-eh'-o
From G5384; to be a friend to (fond of [an individual or an object]), that is, have affection for (denoting personal attachment, as a matter of sentiment or feeling; while G25 is wider, embracing especially the judgment and the deliberate assent of the will as a matter of principle, duty and propriety: the two thus stand related very much as G2309 and G1014, or as G2372 and G3563 respectively; the former being chiefly of the heart and the latter of the head); specifically to kiss (as a mark of tenderness)

KJV Usage: kiss, love.


G5369 φιλήδονος
φιλήδονος
philēdonos
fil-ay'-don-os
From G5384 and G2237; fond of pleasure, that is, voluptuous

KJV Usage: lover of pleasure.


G5373 φιλία
φιλία
philia
fil-ee'-ah
From G5384; fondness

KJV Usage: friendship.


G5376 Φίλιππος
Φίλιππος
Philippos
fil'-ip-pos
From G5384 and G2462; fond of horses; Philippus, the name of four Israelites

KJV Usage: Philip.


G5377 φιλόθεος
φιλόθεος
philotheos
fil-oth'-eh-os
From G5384 and G2316; fond of God, that is, pious

KJV Usage: lover of God.


G5378 Φιλόλογος
Φιλόλογος
Philologos
fil-ol'-og-os
From G5384 and G3056; fond of words, that is, talkative (argumentative, learned, “philological”); Philologus, a Christian

KJV Usage: Philologus.


G5380 φιλόνεικος
φιλόνεικος
philoneikos
fil-on'-i-kos
From G5384 and νεῖκος neikos (a quarrel; probably akin to G3534); fond of strife, that is, disputatious

KJV Usage: contentious.


G5383 φιλοπρωτεύω
φιλοπρωτεύω
philoprōteuō
fil-op-rot-yoo'-o
From a compound of G5384 and G4413; to be fond of being first, that is, ambitious of distinction

KJV Usage: love to have the preeminence.


G5386 φιλόσοφος
φιλόσοφος
philosophos
fil-os'-of-os
From G5384 and G4680; fond of wise things, that is, a “philosopher”

KJV Usage: philosopher.


G5387 φιλόστοργος
φιλόστοργος
philostorgos
fil-os'-tor-gos
From G5384 and στοργή s torgē (cherishing one’s kindred, especially parents or children); fond of natural relatives, that is, fraternal towards fellow Christians

KJV Usage: kindly affectioned.


G5388 φιλότεκνος
φιλότεκνος
philoteknos
fil-ot'-ek-nos
From G5384 and G5043; fond of one’s children, that is, maternal

KJV Usage: love their children.


G5389 φιλοτιμέομαι
φιλοτιμέομαι
philotimeomai
fil-ot-im-eh'-om-ahee
Middle voice from a compound of G5384 and G5092; to be fond of honor, that is, emulous (eager or earnest to do somethng.)

KJV Usage: labour, strive, study.


G5391 φιλόφρων
φιλόφρων
philophrōn
fil-of'-rone
From G5384 and G5424; friendly of mind, that is, kind

KJV Usage: courteous.


G3581 ξένος

ξένος
xenos
xen'-os
Apparently a primary word; foreign (literally alien, or figuratively novel); by implication a guest or (vice-versa) entertainer

KJV Usage: host, strange (-r).


G3578 ξενία
ξενία
xenia
xen-ee'-ah
From G3581; hospitality, that is, (by implication) a place of entertainment

KJV Usage: lodging.


G3579 ξενίζω
ξενίζω
xenizō
xen-id'-xo
From G3581; to be a host (passively a guest); by implication be (make, appear) strange

KJV Usage: entertain, lodge, (think it) strange.


G3580 ξενοδοχέω
ξενοδοχέω
xenodocheō
xen-od-okh-eh'-o
From a compound of G3581 and G1209; to be hospitable

KJV Usage: lodge strangers.