The goodman of the house (twi oikodespoth). A non-classical word, but in late papyri. It means master (despot) of the house, householder. The usual Greek has two separate words, oikou despoth (master of the house). My guest-chamber (to kataluma mou). In LXX, papyri, and modern Greek for lodging-place (inn, as in Luke 2:7 or guest-chamber as here). It was used for kan or caravanserai. I shall eat (pagw). Futuristic aorist subjunctive with opou.