Agree, Agreement - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words

Agree, Agreement

[ A-1,Verb,G4856, sumphoneo ]
lit., to sound together" (sun, "together," phone, "a sound"), i.e., "to be in accord, primarily of musical instruments," is used in the NT of the "agreement"
(a) of persons concerning a matter, Matthew 18:19; Matthew 20:2, Matthew 20:13; Acts 5:9;
(b) of the writers of Scripture, Acts 15:15;
(c) of things that are said to be congruous in their nature, Luke 5:36.

Note: Cp. sumphonesis, "concord," 2 Corinthians 6:15, and sumphonia, "music," Luke 15:25.

[ A-2,Verb,G4934, suntithemi ]
lit., "to put together" (sun, "with," tithemi, "to put"), in the Middle Voice, means "to make an agreement, or to assent to;" translated "covenanted" in Luke 22:5; "agreed" in John 9:22; Acts 23:20; "assented" in Acts 24:9.

Note: For the synonym sunkatatithemi, a strengthened form of No. 2, See CONSENT, No. 4.

[ A-3,Verb,G2132, eunoeo ]
lit., "to be well-minded, well-disposed" (eu, "well," nous, "the mind"), is found in Matthew 5:25, "agree with."

[ A-4,Verb,G3982, peitho ]
"to persuade," is rendered "agreed" in Acts 5:40, where the meaning is "they yielded to him." See ASSURE, BELIEVE, CONFIDENT, FRIEND, OBEY, PERSUADE, TRUST, YIELD.

[ B-1,Noun,G1106, gnome ]
"mind, will," is used with poieo, "to make," in the sense of "to agree," Revelation 17:17 (twice), lit., "to do His mind, and to make one mind;" RV, "to come to one mind," AV, "to agree." See ADVICE, JUDGMENT, MIND, PURPOSE, WILL.

[ B-2,Noun,G4783, sunkatathesis ]
akin to A, No. 3, occurs in 2 Corinthians 6:16.

[ C-1,Adjective,G800, asumphonos ]
"inharmonious" (a, negative, sumphonos, "harmonious"), is used in Acts 28:25, "they agreed not."

[ C-2,Adjective,G2470, isos ]
"equal," is used with the verb to be, signifying "to agree," Mark 14:56, Mark 14:59, lit., "their thought was not equal one with the other." See EQUAL, LIKE, MUCH.

Note: Sumphonos, "harmonious, agreeing," is used only with the preposition ek in the phrase ek sumphonou, "by consent," lit., "out of agreement," 1 Corinthians 7:5. In Mark 14:70 some texts have the verb homoiazo, "agreeth," AV.

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