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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