GUEST, noun gest. [Latin visito; Eng. visit.]
1. A stranger; one who comes from a distance, and takes lodgings at a place, either for a night or for a longer time.
2. A visitor; a stranger or friend, entertained in the house or at the table of another, whether by invitation or otherwise.
The wedding was furnished with guests. Matthew 22:10.
GUEST'-CHAMBER, noun An apartment appropriated to the entertainment of guests. Mark 14:1.
GUEST'-RITE, noun Office due to a guest
GUESS'-ROPE, noun A rope to tow with, or to make fast a boat.