Consort (with) - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words

Consort (with)

[ 1,,G4345, proskleroo ]
lit., to assign by lot" (pros, "to," kleros, "a lot"), "to allot," is found in Acts 17:4, "consorted with," imparting to the Passive Voice (the form of the verb there) a Middle Voice significance, i.e., "they joined themselves to," or "threw in their lot with." The Passive Voice significance can be retained by translating (in the stricter sense of the word), "they were allotted" (i.e., by God) to Paul and Silas, as followers or disciples.

Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words