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  • Ἄγαρ (Agar) – Hagar (or Agar)
  • ἄγρα (agra) – hunting, the chase; way of catching; quarry, prey, game
  • ἄλογα (aloga) – unreasoning (brutes or animals); irrational, absurd, unutterable (things)
  • ἕλιξ (helix) – twisted, curved
  • ἕλιξ (helix) – anything which assumes a spiral shape; whirl, convolution; tendril, coil, spiral
  • ἔξελε (exele) – take out!, get rid of!, destroy!, pluck out! (Matthew 5:29)
  • ἡ Ἀμάλθεια (hē Amaltheia) – the goat Amaltheia, which suckled Zeus
  • ἡ λέαινα (hē leaina) – the lioness
  • ἡ πέδη (hē pedē) – the fetter; anklet; mode of breaking a horse by riding him in figure-eights
  • λαθεῖν (lathein) – to escape notice; make one forget; forget; pass over
  • λήθην (lēthēn) – forgetting, forgetfulness; a place of oblivion in the underworld
  • παθεῖ (pathei) – he/she/it suffered; was subject to change; was passive; was ill; paid the penalty
  • πάθει (pathei) – to/for/by/with an incident, happening, accident; experience; calamity; emotion; state, condition