The English-Greek dictionary by Woodhouse translates finger as "δάκτυλος." However, the Homeric dictionary by Cunliffe doesn't have this word, and searching in the text of Homer doesn't seem to turn it up. It occurs only in the set phrase ῥοδοδάκτυλος Ἠώς, "rosy-fingered Dawn." Is there some way of expressing this such as "the end of the hand" or "the limbs of the hand" or something?
For leg, there's κνήμη for the calf or lower leg, but σκέλος for the whole leg doesn't seem to exist in Homer, nor does κῶλον. Is there some phrase involving "limb?" Is πούς used in some more general sense to mean leg?