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Oizys

Oizys

The goddess of Misery. She is the daughter of Nyx, the goddess of night and the twin of the god Momos. Her Latin name is Miseria, from which the English word 'misery' is derived.

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In Greek mythology, Oizys, Oïzys (/ˈoʊ.ɪ.zɪs/; Ancient Greek: Ὀϊζύς) is the goddess of Misery. She is the daughter of Nyx, the goddess of night and the

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Iris

Iris

Personification of the Rainbow, also the messenger of Olympus along with Hermes....

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Iris or IRIS may refer to: Iris (anatomy), part of the eye Iris (color), an ambiguous color term, usually referring to shades ranging from blue-violet

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Deimos

Deimos

God of terror, son of Ares and brother of Phobos....

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Deimos, a Greek word for dread, may refer to: Deimos (mythology), one of the sons of Ares and Aphrodite in Greek mythology Deimos (moon), the smaller

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Ourea

Ourea

Mountains. The ten ourea, Aitna, Athos, Helikon, Kithairon, Nysos, Olympus 1, Olympus 2, Oreios, Parnes, and Tmolus, like Uranus, and Pontus, were parthenogenetic offspring of Gaia alone. The Greeks rarely personified an individual mountain....

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In Greek mythology, the ourea (Ancient Greek: Oὔρεα "mountains," plural of Oὖρος) were progeny of Gaia, members of the Greek primordial deities, who were

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Anemoi

Anemoi

The personifications of the four wind directions (North, South, East and West)....

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States town, see Notus, Idaho. In ancient Greek religion and myth, the Anemoi (Greek: Ἄνεμοι, "Winds") were Greek wind gods who were each ascribed a cardinal

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