ὄργια

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See also: όργια

Ancient Greek[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Probably from the same root as ὀργή ‎(orgḗ) and ἔργον ‎(érgon).

Noun[edit]

ὄργῐᾰ ‎(órgian ‎(genitive ὀργῐ́ων); second declension

  1. secret rites, secret worship, practiced by the initiated
  2. rites, sacrifices in general
  3. nominative plural of ὄργιον ‎(órgion)
  4. accusative plural of ὄργιον ‎(órgion)
  5. vocative plural of ὄργιον ‎(órgion)

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