Agreement In Greek

b. agree with one, make a good deal, make a deal, negotiate (Polybius, Diodorus): (cf., II. 4), Matthew 20:2; with a person`s dative and price genitif, ibid. 13, (,) αὐτοῦ . The law. Thom. 2). συμφωνείσυμφωνησαςσυμφωνήσαςσυμφωνησεισυμφωνήσεισυμφωνησωσινσυμφωνήσωσινσυμφωνουσινσυμφωνούσινσυμφωνοῦσινσυνεφωνηθησυνεφωνήθησυνεφώνησανσυνεφωνησαςσυνεφώνησάςσυνεφώνησενōēōēōēōōōēōēēḗōēōḗḗōēōḗḗōēōōḗōûōōûōēṓáṓēáḗōēēōḗē συμφωνοῦσιν παλαιῷοὐσυμφωνήσειτὸἐπίβλημα – 4856 symphneated (from 4862 /s, “with” and 5456 /phōnḗ, “Sound, Voice,” which is the root of the English word “symphony” – just to express the same opinion because it is equal. [“4856 (symphéné) was originally a harmony of voices, figuratively, to harmonize with the sense of conformity” (Souter), that is to say to be in harmony, because in a concord (A-S, therefore also to Plato, Aristotle). 4856 (symphene) is derived from 4859 (i.e.).

οὐχὶδηναρίουσυνεφώνησάςμοι καὶτούτῳσυμφωνοῦσινοἱλόγοι Τίὅτισυνεφωνήθηὑμῖνπειράσαι.