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  • ἀπέστη (apestē) – he/she/it put away, removed; caused to revolt; paid; cut off
  • δεῖ ἰάσπιδος (dei iaspidos) – there is need of jasper
  • διαθεμένου (diathemenou) – of (one) having arranged, distributed; managed; set forth; disposed of
  • διπλῆς ἀμαθίας (diplēs amathias) – of twofold ignorance (not knowing, and not recognizing one’s ignorance; Proclus In Alc. 175.3)
  • εἰδότες (eidotes) – (the ones) having seen, perceived, beheld; experience; examined, investigated
  • ἐκόσμησαν (ekosmēsan) – they ordered, arranged; prepared; ruled; held office; adorned, equipped, dressed; embellished
  • ἡ ὀνειροπομπία (hē oneiropompia) – the sending of dreams
  • ἡ ἑπτάς (hē heptas) – the period of seven days or years; the number seven, heptad
  • καταλαλιάς (katalalias) – of evil reports, slanders (1 Peter 2:1)
  • καταλλαγῆς (katallagēs) – of an exchange; profit; freight, merchandise; change, difference; reconciliation
  • κροκόδιλος (krokodilos) – crocodile (originally an Ionic word for lizard)
  • λάρυγξ (larunx) – larynx or upper part of the windpipe; speech
  • μεταλαμβάνον (metalambanon) – getting a share of, partaking of; participating in; receiving; taking instead, substituting
  • ὁ ἀβακίσκος (ho abakiskos) – the small stone for inlaying (in mosaic work; diminutive of ἄβαξ)
  • ὁ θεσμός (ho thesmos) – that which is laid down, law, ordinance; rule, precept, rite; institution (Plato Phaedrus 248c.2)
  • παντοδαπή (pantodapē) – of every kind, of all sorts, manifold
  • περίορθρον (periorthron) – dawn
  • περιπατῇ (peripatēi) – he/she/it may walk around; walk about while teaching, discourse
  • πρόοδος (proodos) – way forward, advance; progress; procession; emanation (Iamblichus DM 1.19.58.13)
  • σεληνιακός (selēniakos) – lunar; by lunar reckoning; epileptic; a species of “moon-beetle” (PGM 4.2453, 4.2685)
  • τρικάρηνε (trikarēne) – O three-headed one!