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used in The Odyssey by Homer (translated by: Butcher & Lang)

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money paid in compensation for loss


restoring a previous condition — especially getting back something lost or stolen
  • Moreover it is hard for me to make heavy restitution to Icarius, as needs I must, if of mine own will I send my mother away.
    Book 2 (32% in)
  • Book I In a Council of the Gods, Poseidon absent, Pallas procureth an order for the restitution of Odysseus; and appearing to his son Telemachus, in human shape, adviseth him to complain of the Wooers before the Council of the people, and then go to Pylos and Sparta to inquire about his father.
    Book 1 (0% in)

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