Atropos

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From Ancient Greek Ἄτροπος(Átropos), literally meaning inflexible or not turning, from the Greek a-, (not) + tropos, (to turn).

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Atropos

  1. (Greek mythology) One of the three Fates, or Moirae; a daughter of Zeus and Themis; the cutter of the thread of life, depicted as an old woman. Her Roman counterpart is Morta.

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