311 (prime)

  • αἱ παῖδες (hai paides) – the children, daughters; the girls; childhood; the slaves, servants
  • ἅλιος (halios) – of or related to the sea
  • ἅλιος (halios) – fruitless, idle
  • ἄνοιξον (anoixon) – open!
  • ἀπεθάνομεν (apethanomen) – we died, were put to death, were slain
  • βῆτα (bēta) – the letter name of β, beta
  • ἠθέλησαν (ēthelēsan) – they wanted, wished, were willing
  • θεοειδής (theoeidēs) – godlike
  • ἵλαος (hilaos) – propitious, blameless, atoned for; gracious, kindly
  • ἱμᾶσιν (himasin) – to/for/by/with leather straps, reins, lashes (of a whip)
  • κακός (kakos) – bad; ugly, ill-born, mean, base, worthless, evil; pernicious, unlucky, abusive, foul
  • κιναιδείας (kinaideias) – of an unnatural lust
  • κλίνας (klinas) – of a couch, bier, grave-niche; banquet
  • λαιός (laios) – a kind of thrush, probably the blue thrush, Petrocichla cyanus
  • λαιός (laios) – left; on the left
  • λαοῖς (laois) – to/for/by/with the people(s)
  • οἰκίας (oikias) – of a building, house, dwelling, home; household; family
  • ὁμόνοια (homonoia) – oneness of mind, unanimity, concord; Pythagorean name for three and nine
  • παιδείας (paideias) – of training, teaching, education; chastisement; youth, childhood
  • πιαρόν (piaron) – fat, rich
  • πλεονεξία (pleonexia) – greediness, arrogance; excess; advantage, gain derived; covetousness
  • πόρναι (pornai) – prostitutes
  • σελήνῃ (selēnēi) – to/for/by/with the moon, a month