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ἀγανός (cf. γάνυμαι): pleasant, gentle, kindly; ἔπεα, δῶρα, βασιλεύς (opp. χαλεπός), Od. 2.230 ; εὐχωλαι, Il. 9.499, Od. 13.357; οἷς ἀγανοῖς βελέεσσι, ‘with his (her) gentle shafts,’ describing a (natural) sudden, painless death dealt by Apollo upon men, by Artemis upon women, Od. 3.280.
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