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στόμα means "mouth."
"From his στόμα came a sharp two-edged sword" (Rev 1:16).
σαρκός, ἡ (*σαρκ)
σάρξ means "flesh, body"
"The Word became σάρξ and dwelt among us" (John 1:14).
σῶμα means “body.”
“Take, eat; this is my σῶμα.” (Matt 26:26).
νύξ means “night.”
“After fasting forty days and forty νύξ, he was hungry” (Matt 4:2).
ἡμέρα means "day."
"After fasting forty ἡμέρα and forty nights, Jesus was hungry" (Matt 1:2).
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