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ὅρκος

Ancient GreekEdit

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NounEdit

ὅρκος (hórkos) (genitive ὅρκου) m, second declension

  1. the object by which one swears, the witness of an oath, as the Styx was among the gods, or as Zeus was among mortals
    1. an oath

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