G833 αὐλή - Strong's Greek Lexicon Number

LSJ Gloss:
αὐλή
to blow
Dodson:
αὐλή
court-yard, fore-court, palace, house
court-yard, fore-court, sheep-fold; but it may be understood as: palace, house.
Strong's:
αὐλή
a yard (as open to the wind); by implication, a mansion
Derivation: from the same as G109;

KJV Usage: court, (sheep-)fold, hall, palace.

G109
TBESG:
αὐλή
palace/courtyard
G:N-F
αὐλή, -ῆς, ἡ
[in LXX chiefly for חָצֵר ;]
__1. in Hom., an open courtyard before a house, hence, an enclosure in the open, a sheepfold:
Refs Jhn.10:1, 16

__2. the court, courtyard, round which a house is built:
Refs Mat.26:3, 58 26:69, Mrk.14:54, 66 15:16 Luk.11:21 22:55, Jhn.18:15
; τ. ναοῦ, Rev.11:2. a dwelling, a palace (so, accusative to Grimm-Th., see word):
Refs Mat.26:3, 58, Mrk.14:54 15:16, Luk.11:21, Jhn.18:15
(but see MM, see word; cf. also DB, ii, 25, 287).†
(AS)
Thayer:
1) among the Greeks in Homer's time, an uncovered space around the house, enclosed by a wall, in which the stables stood, hence among the Orientals that roofless enclosure by a wall, in the open country in which the flocks were herded at night, a sheepfold
2) the uncovered courtyard of the house. In the O.T. particularly of the courts of the tabernacle and of the temple in Jerusalem. The dwellings of the higher classes usually had two, one exterior, between the door and the street; the other interior, surrounded by the buildings of the dwelling itself. The latter is mentioned Mat.
26:69. 3) the house itself, a palace


αὐλή
aulē
ow-lay'
From the same as G109; a yard (as open to the wind); by implication a mansion

KJV Usage: court, ([sheep-]) fold, hall, palace.


View how G833 αὐλή is used in the Bible

12 occurrences of G833 αὐλή

Matthew 26:3 palace
Matthew 26:58 courtyard,
Matthew 26:69 the courtyard:
Mark 14:54 the courtyard
Mark 14:66 the courtyard,
Mark 15:16 the hall,
Luke 11:21 his
Luke 22:55 of the courtyard,
John 10:1 the sheepfold,
John 10:16 fold:
John 18:15 the palace
Revelation 11:2 the court

Distinct usage

1 the courtyard:
1 the courtyard,
1 the hall,
1 his
1 of the courtyard,
1 the sheepfold,
1 the palace
1 the courtyard
1 courtyard,
1 the court
1 fold:
1 palace

Corresponding Hebrew Words

aule H1927 hadarah
aule H2682 chatsir
aule H2691 chatser
aule H3957 lishkah
aule H5592 saph
aule H5835 azarah
aule H6607 petach
aule H8179 shaar
aule H8651 tera


Related words

G833 αὐλή

G63 ἀγραυλέω
ἀγραυλέω
agrauleō
ag-row-leh'-o
From G68 and G832 (in the sense of G833); to camp out

KJV Usage: abide in the field.


G835 αὐλίζομαι
αὐλίζομαι
aulizomai
ow-lid'-zom-ahee
Middle voice from G833; to pass the night (properly in the open air)

KJV Usage: abide, lodge.


G1886 ἔπαυλις
ἔπαυλις
epaulis
ep'-ow-lis
From G1909 and an equivalent of G833; a hut over the head, that is, a dwelling.

G4259 προαύλιον
προαύλιον
proaulion
pro-ow'-lee-on
Neuter of a presumed compound of G4253 and G833; a fore-court, that is, vestibule (alley way)

KJV Usage: porch.


G109 ἀήρ

ἀήρ
aēr
ah-ayr'
From ἄημι aēmi (to breathe unconsciously, that is, respire; by analogy to blow); “air” (as naturally circumambient)

KJV Usage: air.

Compare G5594.

G105 ἀετός
ἀετός
aetos
ah-et-os'
From the same as G109; an eagle (from its wind like flight)

KJV Usage: eagle.


G417 ἄνεμος
ἄνεμος
anemos
an'-em-os
From the base of G109; wind; (plural) by implication (the four) quarters (of the earth)

KJV Usage: wind.


G822 ἀτμίς
ἀτμίς
atmis
at-mece'
From the same as G109; mist

KJV Usage: vapour.


G836 αὐλός
αὐλός
aulos
ow-los'
From the same as G109, a flute (as blown)

KJV Usage: pipe.


G839 αὔριον
αὔριον
aurion
ow'-ree-on
From a derivative of the same as G109 (meaning a breeze, that is, the morning air); properly fresh, that is, (adverbially with ellipsis of G2250) tomorrow

KJV Usage: (to-) morrow, next day.


G840 αὐστηρός
αὐστηρός
austēros
ow-stay-ros'
From a (presumed) derivative of the same as G109 (meaning blown); rough (properly as a gale), that is, (figuratively) severe

KJV Usage: austere.


G846 αὐτός
αὐτός
autos
ow-tos'
From the particle αὖ au (perhaps akin to the base of G109 through the idea of a baffling wind; backward); the reflexive pronoun self, used (alone or in the compound of G1438) of the third person, and (with the proper personal pronoun) of the other persons

KJV Usage: her, it (-self), one, the other, (mine) own, said, ([self-], the) same, ([him-, my-, thy-]) self, [your-] selves, she, that, their (-s), them ([-selves]), there [-at, -by, -in, -into, -of, -on, -with], they, (these) things, this (man), those, together, very, which.

Compare G848.

G850 αὐχμηρός
αὐχμηρός
auchmēros
owkh-may-ros'
From αὐχμός auchmos (probably from a base akin to that of G109; dust, as dried by wind); properly dirty, that is, (by implication) obscure

KJV Usage: dark.


G3349 μετεωρίζω
μετεωρίζω
meteōrizō
met-eh-o-rid'-zo
From a compound of G3326 and a collateral form of G142 or perhaps rather of G109 (compare “meteor”); to raise in mid-air, that is, (figuratively) suspend (passively fluctuate or be anxious)

KJV Usage: be of doubtful mind.


G5594 ψύχω
ψύχω
psuchō
psoo'-kho
A primary verb; to breathe (voluntarily but gently; thus differing on the one hand from G4154, which denotes properly a forcible respiration; and on the other from the base of G109, which refers properly to an inanimate breeze), that is, (by implication of reduction of temperature by evaporation) to chill (figuratively)

KJV Usage: wax cold.