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  • ἀθήλυντον (athēlunton) – not womanish, a characteristic of the number seven (Theol. Arith. 71.9; Proclus In Tim. 2.236.19)
  • Ἀθηνῶν (Athēnōn) – of the city of Athens
  • ἀφροδισιάζει (aphrodisiazei) – he/she/it has sexual intercourse
  • γινώμεθα (ginōmetha) – let us become; let us come into being; let us be born
  • ἔργῳ (ergōi) – to/for/by/with work; a deed, action
  • ἡ δωρεά (hē dōrea) – the gift, present; the bounty; the legacy; the estate granted
  • ἡ ῥῦσις (hē rhusis) – the deliverance
  • ἡ ῥύσις (hē rhusis) – the flow, yield, shedding; the course of a river, stream
  • ἡ τερατογονία (hē teratogonia) – the monstrous birth
  • ἡ φλόμος (hē phlomos) – the mullein (associated with Hermes/Mercury by Thessalus of Tralles)
  • κήπῳ (kēpōi) – to/for/by/with a garden, orchard, plantation; an enclosure; female genitalia
  • λιτότης (litotes) – plainness, simplicity; assertion by means of understatement (cf. μείωσις) or negation; litotes
  • μήκων (mēkōn) – poppy; opium poppy; poppy-seed
  • μῆχος (mēkhos) – means, expedient, remedy
  • νενομοθέτηται (nenomothetētai) – one has made laws for oneself; he/she has been given a code of laws
  • ὁ βασιλεύς (ho basileus) – the king
  • πρὸς τῇ ἡδονῇ (pros tēi hēdonēi) – in addition to the enjoyment, pleasure; in addition to the taste, flavor
  • προσλαβόμενος (proslabomenos) – (one) having taken in for oneself; having appropriated; having taken hold of
  • συνέπνιγον (sunepnigon) – they were pressing closely (of crowds); I was choking (someone)
  • σχολῇ (skholēi) to/for/by/with leisure, rest, ease; school
  • τὸ σκῆνος (to skēnos) the hut, tent; the body (as “tabernacle” of the soul); the corpse
  • τρίτης (tritēs) – of a third (one)
  • ὑπομονῆς (hupomonēs) – of endurance; of obstinacy; of staying behind
  • φοβηθήσομαι (phobēthēsomai) – I will be terrified, alarmed, put to flight, seized with fear; I will be standing in awe