ἀάατος, from “ἀάτη” (Homeric form of “ἄτη”), with irregular ἀ- for “ἀν-” privative; hence ‘not admitting “ἄτη”,’ ‘not to be done mischief to,’ ‘unimpeachable’ or ‘decisive’: cp. 22. 5, Il.14. 271.See Buttmann, Lexil. s.v.
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