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  • ἁλός (halos) – of salt; of brine
  • ἀνεῖλες (aneiles) – you took up, carried off; destroyed, killed; abrogated, annulled; appointed, ordained
  • ἀσκοί (askoi) – skins, hides; bellies, paunches; bellows; bagpipes; wine-skins
  • διεμέριζον (diemerizon) – I/we divided, distributed; parted, separated
  • ἐκείναις (ekainais) – to/for/by/with those (women or grammatically feminine things)
  • ἐκκλεῖσαι (ekkleisai) – to shut out, exclude from; hinder, prevent; shut off, cut off
  • ἔπραξεν (epraxen) – he/she/it fared, did; achieved, effected, accomplished; managed; practiced; was successful
  • ἠγάπησα (ēgapēsa) – I loved, greeted with affection; persuaded, entreated; caressed; was well pleased
  • θρόμβοι (thromboi) – lumps, clots, curds; drops; nipples
  • καίριμον (kairimon) – in or at the right place; in season, timely; at the right time; chief, principal
  • Κιλικίας (Kilikias) – of Cilicia
  • κρανίον (kranion) – skull, head; cranium; headache
  • κρίνομαι (krinomai) – I am picked out, chosen; judged; brought to trial, accused; condemned
  • λαός (laos) – people; folk; army; assembly; multitude
  • λᾶος (laos) – stone
  • ὁ ἅλς (ho hals) – the salt; the brine
  • παρόν (paron) – (something) nearby, present; ready, at hand; at one’s power; available
  • πρᾶξιν (praxin) – doing, deed, transaction, business; action, act, exercise; practice; result; operation, ritual
  • σελήνη (selēnē) – moon; month; the goddess Selene (Luna); Pythagorean name for two