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  • δέδεται (dedetai) – he/she/it had bound, tied, fettered; kept in bonds
  • δειλοῖς (deilois) – to/for/by/with cowardly, vile, worthless; lowborn; miserable, wretched (people or things)
  • δεσμοί (desmoi) – bands, bonds; chains, imprisonments; spells, charms (Iamblichus DM 5.12.216.2)
  • ἑβδόμης (hebdomēs) – of the seventh; of the Sabbath
  • ἔθνεσιν (ethnesin) – to/for/by/with nations, peoples; foreign nations; castes, tribes; Gentiles
  • ἔκδικος (ekdikos) – lawless, unjust; maintaining the right, avenging; avenger; public advocate
  • ἐλάλησεν (elalēsen) – he/she/it talked, chatted, spoke; prattled; chattered, chirped
  • ἐμπόδιον (empodion) – at one’s feet; meeting, encountering; in the way, presenting an obstacle, impeding
  • κάρης (karēs) – of the head
  • κάρης (karēs) – you are cut off, cut down, ravaged
  • λίθοις (lithois) – to/for/by/with stones
  • μέθεξις (methexis) – participation, having a share (in the Forms/Ideas, as in Plato’s Parmenides 132d)
  • νεηγενής (neēgenēs) – newborn
  • ὁ πέρδιξ (ho perdix) – the partridge, a bird sacred to Artemis (Aelian De natura animalium 10.35)
  • πείθεσθαι (peithesthai) – to be persuaded; to be won over; to persuade oneself; to comply with, believe, trust in
  • πληγῆς (plēgēs) – of a blow, strike; lightning-strike; blow of calamity, plague
  • πονηρίαι (ponēriai) – bad states or conditions; wickednesses, vices; knavish tricks, rogueries