Toss - Vine's Expository Dictionary of New Testament Words
Toss[ 1,,G4494, rhipizo ]
primarily to fan a fire" (rhipis, "a fan," cp. rhipe, "twinkling"), then, "to make a breeze," is used in the Passive Voice in James 1:6, "tossed," of the raising of waves by the wind.
[ 2,,G2831, kludonizomai ]
signifies "to be tossed by billows" (kludon, "a billow"); metaphorically, in Ephesians 4:14, of an unsettled condition of mind influenced and agitated by one false teaching and another, and characterized by that immaturity which lacks the firm conviction begotten by the truth. In the Sept., Isaiah 57:20.
Note: For "being ... tossed," Acts 27:18, See LABOR, B, No. 2.