871 (67 · 13)

  • ἁγνίζω (hagnizō) – I wash off, cleanse, purify
  • ἄκων (akōn) – involuntary, constrained, unwilling, against one’s will
  • ἀπίστοις (apistois) – to/for/by/with the mistrustful, suspicious, unbelieving (ones)
  • ἄρτου (artou) – of bread
  • ἀφρός (aphros) – foam (of the sea); froth
  • ἄχος (akhos) – pain, distress
  • εὑράμενος (heuramenos) – the one having found, discovered, invented, gained, devised (himself)
  • ἡ ἀποστασία (hē apostasia) – the defection, revolt; the rebellion against God, apostasy; the departure, disappearance
  • ἱματισμός (himatismos) – clothing, apparel, vesture
  • κανῶ (kanō) – I will kill, slay
  • ὁ ἀλφός (ho alphos) – the dull-white leprosy (cognate with Latin albus, “white” < PIE *albʰós)
  • ὁ πρακτικός (ho praktikos) – the one fit for or concerned with action; the active, effective, practical (one)
  • ὀφιακός (ophiakos) – of or belonging to serpents
  • παραδείσου (paradeisou) – of paradise; of a garden, park, pleasure ground
  • προσέταξεν (prosetaxen) – he/she/it placed or at, attached to; commanded, prescribed, enjoined, ordered
  • σκοταῖος (skotaios) – in the dark; dark, secret
  • συνορᾶν (sunoran) – to be able to see, have within the range of one’s vision; to comprehend, pay attention
  • τὸ ἄλσος (to alsos) – the grove; the sacred grove; any hallowed precinct
  • τὸ θυμίαμα (to thumiama) – the incense; the stuff for embalming
  • φαινόλις (phainolis) – light-bringing, light-giving (Homeric Hymn to Demeter line 51, Sappho 104a)
  • φᾶρος (pharos) – a large piece of cloth, web, shroud
  • χάος (khaos) –chaos; infinite space, unformed matter; abyss, any vast gulf or chasm