In today’s Greek language “οκουληκι” means worm, and the plural form, worms, is “σκουλήκια”. In the Biblical Greek original text we read in Mark 9:44 the word “σκωληξ”. Google Translate does not have a translation for this word, but Strongs app translates it “worm”. Did the Strongs app get it right?
If the last letter “ξ” is removed Google Translate recognises it and translates it “worm”. What does that little Greek letter “ξ” do to the word. Does it make the word into plural, or is the word still singular after the add on? Or does it change the word into something slightly different?