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  • ἄγειν (agein) – to lead, carry, fetch, bring; carry off; lead on; guide, manage, conduct
  • Ἀθηνᾶ (Athēna) – the goddess Athena; (by extension) Athens; Pythagorean name for seven
  • αἴνη (ainē) – praise, fame
  • αἰνή (ainē) – dread, horrible, terrible
  • ἀκμή (akmē) – point, edge; highest or culminating point, acme; culmination, climax, orgasm
  • ἀλκῇ (alkēi) – to/for/by/with strength, prowess, courage; force, might; battle, fight
  • ἄλλη (allē) – other, another; of another sort, different; untrue, unreal
  • ἀνίη (aniē) – grief, sorrow, distress, trouble; bane, annoyance (Ionic for ἀνία)
  • δέδεμαι (dedemai) – I have bound, tied, put on myself
  • δεῖν (dein) – to be necessary; to lack, miss, need, want; to bind, tie, fetter
  • ἧμαι (hēmai) – I am seated, sit; sit still; reside, encamp; lie in wait; lurk
  • ἠνία (ēnia) – he/she/it was grieving, distressing
  • κάκκη (kakkē) – dung, shit, human ordure
  • καλῇ (kalēi) – to/for/by/with the beautiful, fair, shapely; noble, honorable, virtuous (one)