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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Atropos

  1. (mythology) Atropos (one of he Fates in Greek mythology)

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Inflection of Atropos (Kotus type 39/vastaus, no gradation)
nominative Atropos
genitive Atropoksen
partitive Atroposta
illative Atropokseen
singular plural
nominative Atropos
accusative nom. Atropos
gen. Atropoksen
genitive Atropoksen
partitive Atroposta
inessive Atropoksessa
elative Atropoksesta
illative Atropokseen
adessive Atropoksella
ablative Atropokselta
allative Atropokselle
essive Atropoksena
translative Atropokseksi
instructive
abessive Atropoksetta
comitative

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