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Γοργώ γοργός The regular sg. is Γοργώ, gen. Γοργοῦς, dat. Γοργοῖ : later, cases were formed as if from a nom. Γοργών, sc. gen. Γοργόνος; dat. Γοργόνι:— in pl., Γοργόνες, acc. -ας are the only forms.

the Gorgon, i. e. the grim one (cf. γοργός), Hom.: Hes. speaks of three Gorgons, Euryale, Stheino, Medusa, —the last being the Gorgon; her snaky head was fixed on the aegis of Athena, and all who looked on it became stone, Eur.

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