Hath anointed thee (ecrisen se). First aorist active indicative of criw, to anoint, from which verb the verbal Cristo (Anointed One) comes. See Christ's use of ecrisen in Luke 4:18 from Isaiah 66:1 . With the oil of gladness (elaion agalliasew). Accusative case with ecrisen (second accusative besides se). Perhaps the festive anointing on occasions of joy ( Isaiah 12:2 ). See Luke 1:44 . Fellows (metocou). Old word from metecw, partners, sharers, in N.T. only in Hebrews save Luke 5:7 . Note para with accusative here, beside, beyond, above (by comparison, extending beyond).