homothumadon: with one mindOriginal Word: ὁμοθυμαδόνPart of Speech:
with one mind, unanimouslyDefinition:
with one mind, unanimously, with one accord, at the same time.
3661 homothymadón (from homo, "same" and 2372 /thymós, "passion") – properly, with the same passion, in "one accord" (having the same desire).
3661 /homothymadón ("of the same passion") describes people who share "like precious faith," creating a God-produced unity between them (cf. 2 Pet 1:1,2). Here they "have the same mind" (the Lord's thoughts) because each receives the same revelation of His Word. See this powerful application of 3661 (homothymadón) in Ac 1:14, 2:1,46, 4:24, 5:12, 8:6.
[There is also the evil manifestation of people having "one passion" – see Ac 7:57, 18:12, 19:29.
3661 (homothymadón) is also used in Homer, "Wolves and lambs do not have hearts to agree with each other" (Il. 22.263, ala Abbott-Smith).]
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
from the same as homou
with one mindNASB Translation
one accord (7), one impulse (1), one mind (3).