synathleō: to strive withOriginal Word: συναθλέωTransliteration:
(soon-ath-leh'-o)Part of Speech:
to strive withMeaning:
to strive with
labor with, strive together for.
From sun and athleo; to wrestle in company with, i.e. (figuratively) to seek jointly -- labour with, strive together for.
see GREEK sun
see GREEK athleo
Thayer's Greek LexiconSTRONGS NT 4866: συναθλέωσυναθλέω
; 1 aorist συνήθλησα
; to strive at the same time with
another: with a dative commodi (cf. Winer
's Grammar, § 31, 4), for something, Philippians 1:21
; τίνι ἐν τίνι
, together with one in something, Philippians 4:3
. (universally, to help, assist, Diodorus