Bill Mounce

For an Informed Love of God

Greek Word of the Day

ὥρα

ὥρας, ἡ (*ὡρα)

ὥρα means “hour; occasion.”

“Concerning that day and ὥρα, no one knows but the Father” (Matt 24:36).

“The Holy Spirit will teach you at that ὥρα what you should say.” (Luke 12:12).

αἰών

αἰῶνος, ὁ (*αἰων)

αἰών means “age, eternity.”

“I am with you all the days, to the end of the αἰών” (Matt 28:20).

χρόνος

χρόνου, ὁ (*χρονο)

χρόνος means “time.”

“When the fullness of χρόνος had come, God sent forth his Son” (Gal 4:4).

νέος

νέα, νέον (*νεο)

νέος means “new, young.”

“Jesus is the mediator of a νέος covenant” (Heb 12:24).

παλαιός

παλαιά, παλαιόν (*παλαιο)

παλαιός means “old.”

“No one sews a piece of unshrunk cloth on an παλαιός garment” (Mark 2:12).

αἷμα

αἵματος, τό (*αἱματ)

αἷμα means “blood.”

“This is my αἷμα of the covenant, which is poured out in behalf of many” (Mark 14:24).

ποῦς

ποδός, ὁ (*ποδ)

ποῦς means “foot.”

“If your πούς causes you to sin, cut it off” (Mark 9:45).

δεξιός

δεξιά, δεξιόν (*δεξιο)

δεξιός means “right.”

“If your δεξιός hand causes you to sin, cut it off” (Matt 5:30).

χείρ

χειρός, ἡ (*χειρ)

χείρ means “hand.”

“If your right χείρ causes you to sin, cut it off” (Matt 5:30).

οὖς

ὠτός, τό (*ὠτ)

οὖς means “ear.”

“Whoever has an οὖς, let them hear” (Rev 2:7).

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