Aidos

Aidos (Ancient Greek: Αἰδώς) was the Greek goddess of shame, modesty, and humility. Aidos, as a quality, was that feeling of reverence or shame which restrains men from wrong. It also encompassed the emotion that a rich person might feel in the presence of the impoverished, that wealth was more a matter of luck than merit. She was the last g...
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Aidos

(from the article `epic`) ...the fate of human beings is not to pass their lives in perpetual banquets or warfare, as did the preceding races, but to suffer constantly the ...
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Aidos

[genus] Aidos is a genus of moths of the Aididae family. ...
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Aidos

The Greek term for the great shame felt by a hero after failure.
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