For an Informed Love of God
κέρατος, τό (*κερατ)
κέρας means “horn”
"He had two κέρας like a lamb, but he spoke like a dragon" (Rev 13:11).
τριχός, ἡ (*τριχ)
θρίξ means "hair.
"You cannot make a single θρίξ white or black" (Matt 5:36).
κεφαλῆς, ἡ (*κεφαλη)
κεφαλή means "head."
"The Son of Man has no place to lay his κεφαλή" (Luke 9:58).
γλώσσης, ἡ (*γλωσσα )
γλῶσσα means "tongue, language"
"We hear them declaring the wonders of God in our own γλῶσσα!" (Acts 2:11).
στόμα means "mouth."
"From his στόμα came a sharp two-edged sword" (Rev 1:16).
The dictionary entry is from my book, Mounce’s Expository Dictionary of Old and New Testament Words, which can be purchased in print ( Amazon | ChristianBook.com ) and electronic ( Logos | Accordance | Olive Tree ) form.
You can also receive the Greek Word of the Day if you follow me on Instagram (Instagram.com/billmounce, #GreekWordoftheDay, #BibleStudyGreek) or YouTube (YouTube.com/billmounce).