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δέος , gen. δέους (also
II. reason for fear, Il.1.515; means of inspiring fear,δ. δεινότερονTh.3.45: rarely in pl., “δέη ἐπιπέμπει πολλὰ θεόςLys. 6.20; “δέα ποικίλαAel.NA8.10; also “δέαταHecat.364J. (δϝεψ-ος, cf. δεινός, Skt. dve[snull ][tnull ]i 'hate'.)
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