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  • ἀγαθόν (agathon) – good; well-born, gentle, brave, valiant, capable; serviceable, morally good
  • ἀγάπημα (agapēma) – darling (person); delight
  • ἅγιον (hagion) – devoted to the gods, sacred, holy
  • ἀζαίνειν (azainein) – to dry, parch up
  • ἀνῆκεν (anēken) – he/she/it reached up to; has become; belonged, appertained; was fit or proper
  • ἀπειλή (apeilē) – boast, boastful promise; threat
  • γάϊον (gaion) – earthy; of the land; of earth
  • δεόμεθα (deometha) – we lack, miss; need, require; stand in need of, want; beg, ask
  • ἐγεῖραι (egeirai) – to awaken, rouse, stir up; raise
  • ἐπλήγη (eplēgē) – he/she/it was was struck; received a blow; was defeated
  • ἐργάζῃ (ergazēi) – (that) you might work, labor; make; do, perform; practice; work at a trade, traffic
  • ἡ ξενία (hē xenia) – the hospitality, entertainment; the friendly relations; the guest-chamber
  • θεῖα ἔργα (theia erga) – acts of the gods; divine works (Iamblichus DM 2.11.96.11)
  • θέον (theon) – I/they were running
  • ὁ ἄβαξ (ho abax) – the slab, board; reckoning board, abacus; dice-board; plate; marble wall-slab
  • ὅθεν (hothen) – whence; from whom or which; where, whither; for which reason
  • πελάγει (pelage) – to/for/by/with the sea; open sea; flooded plain
  • πηδάλια (pēdalia) – rudders, steering-paddles; oars (Proclus In Crat. 71.25)