365 (73 · 5) τξεʹ

  • Ἀβρασάξ (Abrasax) – Abrasax (PGM 8.47-49)
  • αἰδοῖος (aidoios) – having a claim to regard, reverence, or compassion; bashful, shamefaced
  • ἀναμνήσει (anamnēsei) – he/she/it will remind (one) of; will recall to memory, make mention of
  • εἴκοσιν (eikosin) – twenty
  • ἐμάθετε (emathete) – you (all) have learned; perceived, noticed; understood
  • ἐπάναγκες (epanankes) – compulsory, necessary; with compulsion; by fixed custom
  • ἡ γαμετή (hē gametē) – the married woman, wife
  • κίναιδος (kinaidos) – catamite; lewd fellow; voluptuary
  • μένος (menos) – might, force, strength, fierceness; life; spirit, passion; intent, purpose; temper, disposition
  • μέσον (meson) – middle, in the middle; center; midway, between; intermediate; middle term; difference
  • Νεῖλος (Neilos) – the Nile river (Hesiod Theogony 338)
  • παιδός (paidos) – of a child, son, daughter; of a boy, girl; of childhood; of a slave, servant
  • παρθένον (parthenon) – virgin, girl; an epithet of Athena
  • πόσει 1 (posei) – to/for/by/with a husband, spouse
  • πόσει 2 (posei) – to/for/by/with drinking; a drink, beverage, draught
  • σποδιά (spodia) – heap of ashes; ash; dross (of metals)