Leathern - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words

Leathern

[ 1,,G1193, dermatinos ]
denotes of skin leather" (from derma, "skin, hide of beasts," akin to dero, "to flay;" whence Eng., "derm," "dermal," "dermatology"); it is translated "leather" in Matthew 3:4, of John the Baptist's girdle; in Mark 1:6, RV (AV, "of a skin"). See SKIN.

Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words