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  • ἀπάτης (apatēs) – of a trick, fraud, deceit; of guile, treachery
  • Δημήτριον (Dēmētrion) – of or belonging to Demeter; temple of Demeter
  • διαμεμερισμένοι (diamemerismenoi) – (those) having been divided, separated; distributed; set against (each other)
  • εἰδότας (eidotas) – (those) having seen, perceived; (those) knowing
  • ἔκτισεν (ektisen) – he/she/it founded, built; produced, created, brought into being; made, perpetrated
  • ἡ νομοθετική (hē nomothetikē) – the art of legislation; the law-creating power (Proclus In Crat. 51.36)
  • ἡγήσατο (hēgēsato) – he/she/it went before, led the way; guided, conducted; commanded; ruled; believed, held
  • κνισμός (knismos) – itching, tickling, irritation; quarrel
  • λεόντειον (leonteion) – of a lion; lion-like
  • μύλον (mulon) – mill; millstone; grinder, molar
  • νόσος (nosos) – sickness, disease, plague; distress, anguish; madness; bane, mischief
  • ὄνου (onou) – of an ass, donkey
  • Ὄσιρις (Osiris) – Osiris
  • πυρί (puri) – to/for/by/with fire; sacrificial fire; funeral pyre; lightning; light, heat; flame
  • τὸ ὅλον (to holon) – the whole; the all; the universe
  • τοιᾶσδε (toiasde) – of (someone/something) such as this, such as you see
  • φοβῇ (phobēi) – you may fear, be put to flight; dost thou fear? (Luke 23:40)
  • φοίβη (phoibē) – pure, bright, radiant
  • Φοίβη (Phoibē) – Phoebe, daughter of Ouranos and Gaia; later, an epithet of Artemis