sunarmologeó: to fit togetherOriginal Word: συναρμολογέωPart of Speech:
I fit togetherDefinition:
I fit together, compact.
4883 synarmologéō (from 4862 /sýn, "joined closely with"; harmós, "a joint"; and 719 /harmós, "reason") – properly, interconnected (joined); fit together to efficiently and effectively function.
4883 /synarmologéō ("hinged together") occurs twice in the NT (Eph 2:21, 4:16) – both times of God "fitly framing believers (OT, NT) into a harmonious, synergistic whole." That is, each individual being functioning as a part of the one people of God (His 2992 /laós, Heb ʽam).
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
and a comp. of harmos
(in the sense of to pick up)Definition
to fit togetherNASB Translation
fitted (1), fitted together (1), together* (1).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 4883: συναρμολογέωσυναρμολογέω
: present passive participle συναρμολογουμενος
binding, joining; from ἁρμός
a joint, and λέγω
); to join closely together; to frame together
, the parts of a building, Ephesians 2:21
, the members of the body, Ephesians 4:16
. (Ecclesiastical writers; classic writers use συναρμόσσειν
From sun and a derivative of a compound of harmos and lego (in its original sense of laying); to render close-jointed together, i.e. Organize compactly -- be fitly framed (joined) together.
see GREEK sun
see GREEK harmos
see GREEK lego