Word Summary
harmozō: to fit, join, to join oneself to (in marriage)
Original Word: ἁρμόζω
Transliteration: harmozō
Phonetic Spelling: (har-mod'-zo)
Part of Speech: Verb
Short Definition: to fit, join, to join oneself to (in marriage)
Meaning: to fit, join, to join oneself to (in marriage)
Strong's Concordance

From harmos; to joint, i.e. (figuratively) to woo (reflexively, to betroth) -- espouse.

see GREEK harmos

Thayer's Greek Lexicon
STRONGS NT 718: ἁρμόζω

ἁρμόζω, Attic ἁρμόττω: 1 aorist middle ἡρμοσάμην; (ἁρμός, which see);

1. to join, to fit together; so in Homer of carpenters, fastening together beams and planks to build houses, ships, etc.

2. of marriage: ἁρμόζειν τίνι τήν θυγατέρα (Herodotus 9, 108) to betroth a daughter to anyone; passive ἁρμόζεται γυνή ἀνδρί, the Sept. Proverbs 19:14; middle ἁρμόσασθαι τήν θυγατέρα τίνος (Herodotus 5, 32; 47; 6, 65) to join to oneself, i. e. to marry, the daughter of anyone; ἁρμόσασθαι τίνι τινα to betroth, to give one in marriage to anyone: 2 Corinthians 11:2, and often in Philo, cf. Loesner ad loc.; the middle cannot be said to be used actively, but refers to him to whom the care of betrothing has been committed; (cf. Buttmann, 193 (167); per contra Meyer at the passage; Winer's Grammar, 258 (242)).