Bill Mounce

For an Informed Love of God

Greek Word of the Day

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).

ὀφθαλμός

ὀφθαλμοῦ, ὁ (*ὀφθαλμο)

ὀφθαλμός means "eye, sight."

"ὀφθαλμός for an ὀφθαλμός, tooth for a tooth" (Matt 5:38).

πρόσωπον

πρόσωπου, τό (*προσωπο)

πρόσωπον means "face; presence."

"I am sending my messenger before your πρόσωπον" (Luke 7:27).

That there may come times of refreshing from the πρόσωπον of the Lord" (Acts 3:20).

κέρας

κέρατος, τό (*κερατ)

κέρας means “horn”

"He had two κέρας like a lamb, but he spoke like a dragon" (Rev 13:11).

θρίξ

τριχός, ἡ (*τριχ)

θρίξ means "hair.

"You cannot make a single θρίξ white or black" (Matt 5:36).

κεφαλή

κεφαλῆς, ἡ (*κεφαλη)

κεφαλή means "head."

"The Son of Man has no place to lay his κεφαλή" (Luke 9:58).

γλῶσσα

γλώσσης, ἡ (*γλωσσα )

γλῶσσα means "tongue, language"

"We hear them declaring the wonders of God in our own γλῶσσα!" (Acts 2:11).

στόμα

στόμα means "mouth."

"From his στόμα came a sharp two-edged sword" (Rev 1:16).

σάρξ

σαρκός, ἡ (*σαρκ)

σάρξ means "flesh, body"

"The Word became σάρξ and dwelt among us" (John 1:14).

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