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Accordance
Accord • According • Accordingly
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Accord; Accordance; According
Accord; Accordance; According These terms come from a common Latin root (ad-, “to” + cord, “heart”), and basically denote agreement, conformity, harmony. They are used in a number of expressions:(1) “With one accord” translates Heb. peh’eḥāḏ (lit “one mouth,” Josh. 9:2; 1 K. 22:13; 2 Ch. 18:12),
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
ACCORD; ACCORDING; ACCORDINGLY
ACCORD; ACCORDING; ACCORDINGLY<a-kord’>, <a-kord’-ing-li>: In Old Testament, פֶּה‎ [peh], “mouth,” “to fight with one accord” (Joshua 9:2) לְפִי‎ [lephi], “according to the mouth of,” “according to their families” (Genesis 47:12, “acc. to (the number of) their little ones” the Revised
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Accord, According, Accordingly
ACCORD, a-kōrdʹ, ACCORDING, ACCORDINGLY, a-kōrdʹing-li: In OT פֶּה‎, peh, “mouth,” “to fight with one accord” (Josh 9:2). לְפִי‎, lephī, “according to the mouth of,” “according to their families” (Gen 47:12, “acc. to [the number of] their little ones” RVm). In Isa 59:18 the same Heb word, כְּעַל‎, ke‛al,