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

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the state of doing well — especially economically
  • Right easily known is that man's seed, for whom Cronion weaves the skein of luck at bridal and at birth: even as now hath he granted prosperity to Nestor for ever for all his days, that he himself should grow into a smooth old age in his halls, and his sons moreover should be wise and the best of spearsmen.
    Book 4 (25% in)

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