MORTAL, MORTALITY. In the OT (only in Job.4.17) this represents the Hebrew ’ĕnôsh (lit. “man”), translated “mortal man.” In the NT it is the translation of thnētos—subject to death (Rom.8.11; 1Cor.15.53-1Cor.15.54). “Mortality” occurs only in 2Cor.5.4 and is a translation of the same Greek word. International Standard Bible Encyclopedia (1915) mor’-tal, mor-tal’-i-ti (thnetos to thneton): The meaning is "subject to death" (Ro 6:12; 8:11; 1Co 15:53,54; in 2Co 5:4 the [[Revised Version]] (British and American) has "what is mortal"). In Job 4:17, the Hebrew word is ’enosh, "mortal man." See [[Immortal]].