Without water (anudroi). As in Matthew 12:43 ; Luke 11:24 . Old word for common and disappointing experience of travellers in the orient. Mists (omiclai). Old word for fog, here alone in N.T. Driven by a storm (upo lailapo elaunomenai). Lailap is a squall ( Mark 4:37 ; Luke 8:23 , only other N.T. examples). See James 3:4 for another example of elaunw for driving power of wind and waves. For whom (oi). Dative case of personal interest. The blackness (o zopo). See verse James 4 for this word. Hath been reserved (tethrhtai). Perfect passive participle of threw, for which see verses James 49 .