οἶκος (ϝοῖκος, cf. vicus): house as
home, including the family, and other inmates and
belongings, Od. 2.45, 48; said of the
tent of Achilles, the cave of Polyphemus, Il. 24.471, 572; the women's apartment, Od. 1.356, cf. 360.
Georg Autenrieth. A Homeric Dictionary for Schools and Colleges. New York. Harper and Brothers. 1891.
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