See also: keres, kérés, and kereş

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From Ancient Greek Κῆρες (Kêres, literally Death Spirits, Doom, Heart).

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Keres

  1. (Greek mythology) The goddesses of death, specifically cruel and violent deaths, including death in battle, by accident, murder or ravaging disease. They numbered in the thousands and were the daughters of Nyx and Erebus, and the sisters of Thanatos and Hypnos. Their Roman counterparts were the Letum or the Tenebrae.

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Keres

  1. A surname​.