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  • ἀδημονῶν (adēmonōn) – (he) being sorely troubled, dismayed; being in anguish; being puzzled
  • ἀκολουθήσεις (akolouthēseis) – followings; sequences; conformities
  • ἀκολουθήσεις (akolouthēseis) – you will follow, be guided by
  • ἀνάκαμψις (anakampsis) – a bending back (opposite of κατάκαμψις)
  • βάσκω (baskō) – speed thee!, away!
  • βιῶσαι (biōsai) – to live, exist, pass one’s life; survive
  • δηναρίων (dēnariōn) – of denarii (a Roman unit of currency)
  • εὑρήσετε (heurēsete) – you (all) will find; discover; devise, invent; gain; fetch, earn
  • θυγατέρες (thugateres) – daughters; maidservants, female slaves
  • λογισμούς (logismous) – reckonings, calculations; accounts; reasonings, arguments
  • μετοχή (metokhē) – sharing, participation; partaking; partnership; participle; fellowship (Iamblichus DM 1.8.29.2)
  • προβάτου (probatou) – of a sheep
  • στέρησις (sterēsis) – deprivation, loss; confiscation; negation, privation
  • συριγμός (surigmos) – shrill piping sound, hissing; whistling; ringing in the ears
  • τρέχῃ (trekhēi) – you may move quickly; run your course; run over