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From Ancient Greek Νύξ (Núx).

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Nyx

  1. (Greek mythology) The primordial goddess of night.

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EtymologyEdit

From Ancient Greek Νύξ (Núx).

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Nyx f

  1. (Greek mythology) Nyx, goddess of night
    • 1905, “Aether”, in Malý Ottův slovník naučný, Praha: J. Otto, page 23:
      Aether, syn Ereba a Nykty, stvořil nebe, Zemi, moře []
      Aether, son of Erebus and Nyx, created the Heaven, the Earth and the Sea []

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Nyx f

  1. Alternative spelling of Nix