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What Is The Greek Word For Agreement

4856 symphōnéō (from 4862 /sýn, “together with” and 5456 /phōnḗ, “sound, voice”, which is the root of the English word “symphony”) – right to express the same opinion, because they share the same ideas. 2) Agree with one, make an agreement, make an agreement, negotiate The Bereans “have been given the word with all the availability and have searched the scriptures daily to find out if it was so” (Acts 17:10-11). This daily newsletter provides a starting point for personal study and provides valuable information about the verses that make up God`s Word. Find out what more than 150,000 subscribers already receive every day. b. to agree with one, to conclude an agreement, to negotiate (Polybius, Diodorus): μετά τίνος ἐκ δηναρίου (see ἐκ, II. 4), Matthew 20:2; with a dative of the person and a demative of the price, ibid. 13, (συνεφώνησεν μετ` αὐτοῦ τριῶν λιτρων ἀσήμου ἀργυρίου, Act. Thom. § 2).συμφωνείσυμφωνησαςσυμφωνήσαςσυμφωνησεισυμφωνήσεισυμφωνησωσινσυμφωνήσωσινσυμφωνουσινσυμφωνούσινσυμφωνοῦσινσυνεφωνηθησυνεφωνήθησυνεφώνησανσυνεφωνησαςσυνεφήθησυνεφώνησανσυνεφωνησαςσυνεφήθησυνεφωνησαςσυνεφήθησυνεφώνησανσυνεφωνσαςσυνεφή Matthew 20:13: Matthew 20,13 I am not doing you anything wrong: Don`t you agree with me for a penny? Luke 5:36: “Has been removed from the new, not with the old.

Acts 5:9: “How is it that you have agreed to tempt the Spirit of the Lord? Acts 15:15: “And the words of the prophets agree on this; like” from 4859; be harmonious, i.e. agree (figuratively) (appropriate, coherent) or determine (by compact):–agree (together, with). Strongs #4856: sumphoneo (pronounced soom-fo-neh`-o) οὐχὶδηναρίουσυνεφώνησάςμοι συμφωνήσας—συμφωνήσει—συμφωνήσωσιν—συμφων—συμφωνήσει—συμφωνήσωσιν—συμφωνοῦσιν—συνεφώνησάς—συνεφωνήθη— καὶτούτῳσυμφωνοῦσινοἱλόγοι [“4856 (symphōnéō) was originally a harmony of voices, figuratively to harmonize in the sense of ” (Souter), that is, to be in harmony, with approval, because in a concord (A-S, so also in Plato, Aristotle). 4856 (symphōnéō) is derived from 4859 (sýmphōnos).] Τίὅτισυνεφωνήθηὑμῖνπειράσαι παλαιῷοὐσυμφωνήσειτὸ ἐπίβλημα. . . .

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