Limos

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Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek λιμός (limós, hunger, famine).

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Limos

  1. (Greek mythology) A daughter of Eris, Limos is the goddess/personification of famine and starvation. Her Roman counterpart is Fames.

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Limos

  1. plural of Limo