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  • ἁγιάζειν (hagiazein) – to make sacred, sanctify
  • ἀναγκαία (anankaia) – force, constraint, necessity; compulsion; violence, punishment; bodily pain, anguish
  • ἀναγκαῖα (anankaia) – necessary; constraining, applying force; cogent; constrained, forced; indispensable
  • ἡ ἅλμη (hē halmē) – the sea-water, brine; salt-water
  • ἡ ἀξίη (hē axiē) – the worth, value; price; reputation, dignity; merit; opinion (Ionic for ἀξία)
  • βάδοι (badoi) – walks (noun)
  • δεθῆναι (dethēnai) – to be bound, fettered
  • ἡ ἡλικία (hē hēlikia) – the time of life, age; prime of life; generation
  • ᾔδειν (ēidein) – I knew, had knowledge of, was acquainted with
  • ἤνεγκα (ēnenka) – I bore, carried; conveyed; led, directed; endured, suffered; brought, fetched
  • θιγεῖν (thigein) – to touch, handle; to take hold of, embrace, have intercourse with; to reach, win
  • μεγάλη (megalē) – big; full-grown; vast, high; great, mighty; loud; impressive