Ker

(also Cer) An impersonal spirit of evil and destructiveness. Usually spoken of in the plural (Keres), and originally used in relation to destiny or in reference to the spirits of the dead. In post-Homeric usage, they pollute like the Harpies and are associated with disease, old age, death, and troubles in general.
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Ker

in ancient Greek religion, a destructive spirit. Popular belief attributed death and illness to the action of impersonal powers, often spoken of in ...
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Ker

In Greek mythology Ker was a female spirit of death depicted with long claws and wearing about her shoulders a long cloak stained red with the blood of corpses. She dragged away the bodies of dead and wounded alike to the gate of the Underworld.
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KER

Kerguelen Islands
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