Dikê

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See also: dike, dyke, Dike, Dikē, and dikë

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From Ancient Greek Δίκη (Díkē).

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Dikê

  1. (historical, Greek mythology) The goddess personifying the principle of justice.
    • 2001: Leona MacLeod, Dolos and Dikê in Sophokles’ Elektra, volume 219, main title (Brill; ISBN 9004118985, 9789004118980)
      Dolos and Dikê in Sophokles’ Elektra

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