δαιμόνιον

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Etymology[edit]

Neuter gender of δαιμόνῐος (daimónios, extraordinary, divine).

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δαιμόνῐον (daimónionn (genitive δαιμονῐ́ου); second declension

  1. the divine Power, the Deity, the Divinity
  2. an inferior divine being, demon
    1. the name by which Socrates calls his genius, or the spirit that dwelt within him
    2. a demon, evil spirit

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