the Week of Proper 4 / Ordinary 9
Old & New Testament Greek Lexical Dictionary Greek Lexicon
Strong's #4909 - συνευδοκέω
- to be pleased together with, to approve together (with others)
- to be pleased at the same time with, consent, agree to
- to applaud
join in approving, give one's consent, Demad. 17, Plb. 7.1.3, SIG 712.46 (Crete, ii B.C., Dor. -ιόντων), PGrenf. 2.26.25 (ii B.C.), D.S. 4.24, Acts 22:20, etc.; συνευδοκέοντος τοῦ δεῖνα, in forms of sale, GDI 1532a4, 1555a5 (Delph.), etc.
2. c. dat. rei, consent or agree to a thing, LXX 1 Maccabees 1:57, POxy. 1644.27 (i B.C.), BGU 1731.12 (i B.C.), Luke 11:48, etc.
3. c. dat. pers., agree or sympathize with.., Romans 1:32.
II Pass., aor. συνευδοκήθην in signf. 1.3, D.S. 18.49; so ὅκκα [τὰ μέρεα].. συνευδοκῆται ἀλλάλοις Theag. ap. Stob. 3.1.117.
συνευδοκέω, συνευδόκω; (see εὐδοκέω, at the beginning);
a. to be pleased together with, to approve together (with others): absolutely (yet so that the thing giving pleasure is evident from the context), Acts 22:20 G L T Tr WH; with a dative of the thing, Luke 11:48; Acts 8:1; Acts 22:20 Rec. ((Polybius 24, 4, 13); 1 Macc. 1:57; 2 Macc. 11:24).
b. to be pleased at the same time with, consent, agree to ((Polybius 32, 22, 9); 2 Macc. 11:35); followed by an infinitive 1 Corinthians 7:12f. (R. V. here be content); with a dative of a person to applaud (R. V. consent with), Romans 1:32. (Diodorus; ecclesiastical writings.)
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** συν -ευ -δοκέω , -ῶ
[in LXX: 1 Maccabees 1:57, 1 Maccabees 4:28 א 1, 2 Maccabees 11:24; 2 Maccabees 11:35 *;]
to join in approving, consent, agree to or with: absol., Acts 22:20; c. dat. pers., Romans 1:32; c. dat. rei, Luke 11:48, Acts 8:1; c. inf., 1 Corinthians 7:12-13 (chiefly in late writers).†
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";(inner) chamber,"; ";store-chamber."; The syncopated form ταμεῖον (for ταμιεῖον), which is found in the four NT occurrences of the word (Matthew 6:6; Matthew 24:26, Luke 12:3; Luke 12:24), is the prevailing form in the papyri from i/A.D. onwards : see e.g. CPR I. 1.13 (A.D. 83–4), τραπέζ [ης ] ταμείω (ν), ";of the bank of the store-houses,"; and so .30, P Fay 110.7 (A.D. 94) ὃ λέγεις ταμε [ῖ ]ον, ";the storehouse you speak of,"; BGU I. 75 ii. 12 (ii/A.D.) εἰς τὸ ταμεῖον, P Oxy III. 533.9 (ii/iii A.D.) παρὰ τῷ ταμείῳ, and ib. VI. 886.4 (iii/A.D.) (= Selections, p. 111) ἐν τοῖς τοῦ Ἑρμοῦ ταμίοις ";in the archives of Hermes."; In Menander Σαμ. 18 ταμειΐου probably stands for ταμειδίου.
The full form ταμιεῖον is seen in such passages from Ptolemaic times as P Petr II. 32 i. 5 ἐργαζ [ομένου ] μου ἐν τῶι βασιλικῶι ταμιείωι, ";as I was working in the Royal Repository"; (Edd.), ib. III. 73.7 (lease of a shop) ταμιεῖον εἰσιόντων ἐνδέξια ὄγδοον, ";the eighth shop on the right as one enters"; (Edd.), and P Hib I. 31.5 et saepe (c B.C. 270). From Roman times we can cite BGU I. 106.5 (A.D. 199) το [ῦ ] ταμιείου, and P Flor I. 47.6 (A.D. 213–17) ἐντὸς ταμιείου οἰκίας. See further Thackeray Gr. i. p. 63 ff. Ferguson, Legal Terms, p. 76 ff., gives exx. of both forms, ταμιεῖον and ταμεῖον.
For the verb ταμιεύομαι see P Magd 26.5 (B.C. 217 ), where the editor reads τ ]αμιευσόμεθα as against Wilcken’s ἐκτ ]αμιευσόμεθα. The same papyrus .5 and .9 provides other exx. of the compd.
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