4856 symphéné (from 4862 / sen, “with” and 5456 / phōnḗ, “Sound, voice,” which is the root of the English word “symphony”) – correctly, the same opinion, because equal. Matthew 18:19: “If two of you agree on earth, as they touch something,” Matthew 20:2: “And when he had agreed with the workers a penny a day,” Matthew 20:13: “My friend, I do nothing wrong to you: Don`t you agree with me for a penny?” Luke 5:36: “was removed from the new agreement, not with the old one.” Acts 5:9: How is it that you are united in seducing the Spirit of the Lord? Acts 15:15: “And the words of the prophets agree on this point; ” The Berenians received the verb with the greatest availability and searched the scriptures daily to find out if this was the case” (Acts 17:10-11). This daily newsletter provides a starting point for personal study and provides valuable insight into the verses that make up the Word of God. Look at what more than 150,000 subscribers a day already receive. 2) to agree with one, to make a good deal, to reach an agreement, b. to agree with one, to make a bargain, to enter into an agreement, to negotiate (Polybius, Diodorus): with a person`s dative and genitively of the price, ibid. 13, (, αὐτοῦ . The law. Thom. συμφωνείσυμφωνησαςσυμφωνήσαςσυμφωνησεισυμφωνήσεισυμφωνησωσινσυμφωνήσωσινσυμφωνουσινσυμφωνούσινσυμφωνοῦσινσυνεφωνηθησυνεφωνήθησυνεφώνησανσυνεφωνησαςσυνεφώνησάςσυνεφώνησενōēōēōēōōōēōēēḗōēōḗḗōēōḗḗōēōōḗōûōōûōēṓáṓēáḗōēēōḗē συμφωνοῦσιν οὐχὶδηναρίουσυνεφώνησάςμοι καὶτούτῳσυμφωνοῦσινοἱλόγοι Strongs #4856: sumphoneo (very soom-fo-neh`o) from 4859; Be harmonious, i.e. agree (figuratively) (be fit, correspond) or (by compact): —agree (together, with).
παλαιῷοὐσυμφωνήσειτὸἐπίβλημα [4856 (symphéné) was originally a harmony of voices, figuratively, to be with in the sense of conformity with ” (Souter), that is to say to be in harmony, because in a concord (A-S, thus also to Plato, Aristotle). 4856 (symphene) is derived from 4859 (mph).] Τίὅτισυνεφωνήθηὑμῖνπειράσαι.