isopsuchos: like-mindedOriginal Word: ἰσόψυχος, ονPart of Speech:
like-minded, of the same mind or spirit.
2473 isópsyxos (an adjective, derived from 2470 /ísos, "equivalent, equal" and 5590/psyxē, "soul") – properly, of equal-soul; having similar identity (values) because like-minded, i.e. equally (similarly) motivated.
2473 (isopsyxos) occurs only in Phil 2:20. Here it refers to believers treating a situation (matter) with the same values (outlook) – because each is directed by God's inworking of faith (cf. Phil 2:17,20).
[2473/isopsyxos (literally "equal-soul (identity)" shows believers (when led by God) will treat the moral weight of a matter similarly, i.e. with the same (Spirit-produced) conviction. See also 2 Pet 1:1.]
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
kindred spirit (1).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 2473: ἰσόψυχοςἰσόψυχος
), equal in soul
(A. V. like-minded
unanimus): Philippians 2:20
. (Psalm 54:14<10> (); Aeschylus Ag. 1470.)<1>
From isos and psuche; of similar spirit -- likeminded.
see GREEK isos
see GREEK psuche