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  • ἀνθ’ (anth) – ἀντί (against) followed by a word beginning with an aspirated vowel or diphthong
  • δεῖμα (deima) – fear; object of fear, terror
  • διαθήκη (diathēkē) – disposition, testament, will; compact, covenant
  • ἕλκε (helke) – draw!, pull!; attract!; draw in, breathe! (Chaldean Oracles fr. 130; PGM 4.537)
  • ἡ αἴγλη (hē aiglē) – the light, sunshine; the radiance, gleam; the splendor, glory
  • ἡ κακία (hē kakia) – the badness; cowardice; vice; ill-repute, dishonor; damage; malice
  • ἡ μαῖα (hē maia) – the mother; the foster-mother; the midwife; a large kind of crab
  • ἡ Μαῖα (hē Maia) – Maia, the mother of Hermes
  • ἡλιαία (hēliaia) – public place or hall; supreme court (at Athens)
  • Ἰεζάβελ (Iezabel) – Jezabel (Rev 2:20; 1 Kings 18-19; 2 Kings 9)
  • ἴθμα (ithma) – step, motion
  • μαγεία (mageia) – magic; theology of the Magians (of Persia)