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[418d] and so they called it ἱμέρα.

That is clear.

But now ἡμέρα is masquerading so that you could not guess its meaning. Why, some people think day is called ἡμέρα because it makes things gentle (ἥμερα).

I believe they do.

And you know the ancients called ζυγόν (yoke) δυογόν.


And ζυγόν conveys no clear meaning,

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