homophrón: agreeingOriginal Word: ὁμόφρων, ονPart of Speech:
of one mindDefinition:
of one mind (intent, purpose), like-minded.
3675 homóphrōn (from 3674 /homoú, "same as" and 5424 /phrḗn, "inner outlook as regulating outward behavior") – properly, share the same perspective, i.e. like-minded; for believers, this means living in one accord ("having the same mind"). This Spirit-produced unity (agreement) results from receiving God's inworkings of faith ("His persuasions").
3675 /homóphrōn ("of the same perspective") is used only in 1 Pet 3:8: "To sum up, all of you be harmonious ['of one mind,' 3675 /homóphrōn], sympathetic, brotherly, kindhearted, and humble in spirit" (NASU).
This describes believers enjoying divinely-inspired harmony. The KJV properly renders it, "Finally, all be of the same mind" – i.e. knowing God's mind (His thoughts) as He reveals it through faith (4102 /pístis).
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
from the same as homou
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 3675: ὁμόφρωνὁμόφρων
), of one mind
(A. V. likeminded
: 1 Peter 3:8
of one mind.
From the base of homou and phren; like-minded, i.e. Harmonious -- of one mind.
see GREEK phren
see GREEK homou