Companion - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words

Companion

[ 1,,G4898, sunekdemos ]
a fellow-traveler" (sun, "with," ek, "from," demos, "people;" i.e., "away from one's people"), is used in Acts 19:29, of Paul's companions in travel; in 2 Corinthians 8:19, "travel with;" a closer rendering would be "(as) our fellow-traveler." See TRAVEL.

[ 2,,G2844, koinonos ]
is rendered "companions" in the AV of Hebrews 10:33 (RV "partakers"). So sunkoinonos in Revelation 1:9, AV, "companion;" RV, "partaker with you." See B, above, PARTAKER, PARTNER. Cp. COMMUNICATE.

[ 3,,G4904, sunergos ]
"a felloworker" (sun, "with," ergon, "work"), is translated in Philippians 2:25 "companion in labor," AV (RV, "fellow-worker"). See HELPER, LABORER, WORKER.

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