sumboulion: counsel, by impl. a councilOriginal Word: συμβούλιον, ου, τόPart of Speech:
a council, adviceDefinition:
(a) a body of advisers (assessors) in a court, a council, (b) abstr: consultation, counsel, advice; resolution, decree.
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
counsel, by impl. a councilNASB Translation
conferred* (2), conspired* (1), conspiring (1), consultation (1), consulted* (1), council (1), plotted together (1), together (2).
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 4824: συμβούλιονσυμβούλιον
1. counsel, which is given, taken, entered upon (PIut. Romul. 14): λαμβάνω (on this phrase see λαμβάνω, I. 6), Matthew 12:14; Matthew 22:15; Matthew 27:1, 7; Matthew 28:12; ποιῶ, to consult, deliberate, Mark 3:6 (Tr text WH text συμβούλιον ἐδίδουν); Mark 15:1 (T WH marginal reading συμβούλιον ἑτοιμασαντες; cf. Weiss ad loc.).
2. a council, i. e. an assembly of counsellors or persons in consultation (Plutarch, Luc. 26): Acts 25:12 (the governors and procurator's of provinces had a board of assessors or advisers with whom they took counsel before rendering judgment; see Cicero, ad fam. 8, 8; Verr. 2, 13; Sueton. vit. Tiber. 33; Lampridius, vit. Alex. Sever c. 46; cf. Josephus, b. j. 2, 16, 1).<1>
consultation, counsel, council.
Neuter of a presumed derivative of sumboulos; advisement; specially, a deliberative body, i.e. The provincial assessors or lay-court -- consultation, counsel, council.
see GREEK sumboulos