109 (prime)

  • ἀήρ (aēr) – air; mist, haze
  • ἀκοῇ (akoēi) – to/for/by/with hearing, something heard; tidings, report; sense of hearing; act of hearing; ear
  • ἀρή (arē) – prayer; vow; curse, imprecation (Ionic for ἀρά)
  • βαρέα (barea) – heavy; burdensome, grievous, oppressive (things); strong, deep (sounds)
  • γαμεῖν (gamein) – to marry; to take for a paramour
  • δόκει (dokei) – he/she/it expects, thinks, supposes, imagines; seems, pretends
  • ἐλθεῖν (elthein) – to start, set out; to come or go; to arrive at
  • ἔργα (erga) – works, tasks; deeds, actions; things, matters, business
  • ἤρα (ēra) – he/she/it was loving, was in love with, was desiring passionately
  • Ἥρα (Hēra) – the goddess Hera, a name also for the planet Venus and the number nine
  • θέλειν (thelein) – to be willing; to want, wish for; to delight in, love
  • καθῆκαν (kathēkan) – they let fall, dropped, sent down; produced, set in motion; swooped down
  • καλήν (kalēn) – beautiful; good, of fine quality; auspicious; noble, honorable
  • πηγῇ (pēgēi) – to/for/by/with running water; a stream, spring; fount, source; origin