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  • ἀδαμαντίνη (adamantinē) – adamantine, of steel; hard as adamant
  • ἀνάβασις (anabasis) – going up; ascension; inundation; ascent (of a tower, mountain, etc.); progress
  • ἀπολογίας (apologias) – of a (speech of) defense
  • ἀσελγείαις (aselgeiais) – to/for/by/with (acts of) licentiousness, wanton violence, insolence
  • βαπτίζειν (baptizein) – to dip, plunge; to baptize
  • βοσκομένη (boskomenē) – feeding, tending; grazing, being fed, being nurtured
  • δαιμονίοις (daimoniois) – to/for/by/with divine powers, divinities; daemons
  • δεῖ παλλακίδος (dei pallakidos) – there is need of a concubine
  • ἐλθόντα (elthonta) – (the things) having come (about)
  • ζύμῃ (zumēi) – to/for/by/with the leaven, beer-yeast; corruption, falsehood
  • ἡ σησάμη (hē sēsamē) – the sesame, Sesamum indicum
  • ἡ σησαμῆ (hē sēsamē) – a mixture of sesame-seeds, roasted and pounded with honey
  • θέλοντα (thelonta) – the willing (things)
  • Κυβέλη (Kubelē) – Cybele, a Phrygian mother-goddess
  • λέοντι (leonti) – to/for/by/with a lion; the constellation Leo
  • μισεῖς (miseis) – you hate
  • πέπλος (peplos) – any woven cloth, sheet, carpet, curtain, veil; upper garment or mantle; robe