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Spirits were the personified concepts of the Ancient Greeks.

Known Spirits

  • Achlys (Ἀχλύς), spirit of misery and sadness; or the never-ending night
  • Adephagia (Ἀδηφαγία), spirit of greed
  • Adikia (Ἀδικία), spirit of injustice and doing the wrong thing
  • Aergia (Ἀεργία), spirit of laziness
  • Agon (Ἀγών), spirit of contest, who had an altar at Olympia, where the Olympic Games were held
  • Aedus (Αἰδώς), spirit of modesty and respect
  • Aisa (Αἴσα), personification of fate
  • Alala (Ἀλαλά), spirit of the war cry
  • Alastor (Ἀλάστωρ), spirit of blood feuds and vengeance
  • Aletheia (Ἀλήθεια), spirit of truth
  • The Algea (Ἄλγεα), spirits of pain and suffering
  • Achos (Ἄχος), trouble or distress
  • Ania (Ἀνία), ache or anguish
  • Lupe (Λύπη), pain or sadness
  • Alke (Ἀλκή), spirit of ability and courage
  • Amechania (Ἀμηχανία), spirit of helplessness
  • The Amphilogiai (Ἀμφιλογίαι), spirits of disputes and debates
  • Anaideia (Ἀναίδεια), spirit of ruthlessness, and the unforgiving
  • The Androktasiai (Ἀνδροκτασίαι), spirits of killing in the battles
  • Angelia (Ἀγγελία), spirit of messages and announcements
  • Apate (Ἀπάτη), spirit of deceit
  • Apheleia (Ἀφέλεια), spirit of simplicity
  • Aporia (Ἀπορία), spirit of difficulty
  • The Arae (Ἀραί), spirits of curses
  • Arete (Ἀρετή), spirit of virtue and goodness
  • Atë (Ἄτη), spirit of mischief, delusion, and ruin
  • Corus (Κόρος), spirit of over-indulgence
  • Dikaiosyne (Δικαιοσύνη), spirit of justice
  • Dolos (Δόλος), spirit of tricks and deception
  • Dysnomia (Δυσνομία), spirit of anarchy and lawlessness
  • Dyssebeia (Δυσσέβεια), spirit of disrespecting the gods
  • Ekecheiria (Ἐκεχειρία), spirit of truce, and stopping fights; honoured at the Olympic Games
  • Elpis (Ἐλπίς), spirit of hope
  • Epiphron (Ἐπίφρων), spirit of careful thought
  • Hedylogos (Ἡδύλογος), god of flattery and flirting
  • Himeros (Ἵμερος), god of sexual desire
  • Pothos (Πόθος), god of lust
  • Eulabeia (Εὐλάβεια), spirit of discretion and caution
  • Eunomia (Εὐνομία), goddess of good law and order
  • Eupheme (Εὐφήμη), spirit of praise, applause, and shouts of triumph
  • Eupraxia (Eὐπραξία), spirit of well-being
  • Eusebeia (Eὐσέβεια), spirit of loyalty, duty and respect
  • Euthenia (Εὐθενία), spirit of wealth
  • Heimarmene (Εἵμαρμένη), personification of the fate of the universe
  • Homados (Ὅμαδος), spirit of the noise of battle
  • Homonoia (Ὁμόνοια), spirit of agreements
  • Horkos (Ὅρκος), spirit of oaths
  • Horme (Ὁρμή), spirit of energetic activity, impulse or effort
  • Hybris (Ὕβρις), spirit of sadistic behaviour
  • The Hysminai (Ὑσμῖναι), spirits of fighting and combat
  • Ioke (Ἰωκή), spirit of battles
  • Kakia (Kακία), spirit of bad habits and bad morals
  • Kalokagathia (Καλοκαγαθία), spirit of nobility
  • The Keres (Κῆρες), spirits of violent death
  • Koalemos (Κοάλεμος), spirit of stupidity
  • Kydoimos (Κυδοιμός), spirit of confusion and the noise of battle
  • Lethe (Λήθη), spirit of forgetfulness, and of one of the rivers in the underworld
  • The Litae (Λιταί), spirits of prayer
  • Lyssa (Λύσσα), spirit of rage
  • The Machai (Μάχαι), spirits of fighting and combat
  • Mania (Μανία), spirit or spirits of insanity
  • The Moirai (Μοίραι), or "Fates"
  • Clotho (Κλωθώ), who spins the life thread
  • Lachesis (Λάχεσις), who measures the life thread
  • Atropos (Άτροπος), who cuts the life thread
  • Momus (Μῶμος), spirit of mockery, blame and criticism
  • Moros (Μόρος), spirit of doom
  • The Neikea (τὰ Νείκη), spirits of feuds and arguments
  • Nomos (Νόμος), spirit of law
  • Oizys (Ὀϊζύς), spirit of sadness
  • Epiales (Ἐπιάλης), spirit of nightmares
  • Palioxis (Παλίωξις), spirit of retreat from battle
  • Peitharchia (Πειθαρχία), spirit of obeying
  • Penia (Πενία), spirit of poverty and need
  • Penthus (Πένθος), spirit of mourning
  • Pepromene (Πεπρωμένη), personification of the fate of the universe, similar to Heimarmene
  • Philophrosyne (Φιλοφροσύνη), spirit of kindness
  • Philotes (Φιλότης), spirit of friendship, affection and sex
  • The Phonoi (Φόνοι), spirits of murder and killing
  • Phthonus (Φθόνος), spirit of envy and jealousy
  • Pistis (Πίστις), spirit of trust
  • Poine (Ποίνη), spirit of punishment and penalty for the crime of murder
  • Polemos (Πόλεμος), personification of war
  • Ponos (Πόνος), spirit of hard labour
  • Poros (Πόρος), spirit of being able to accomplish something
  • Praxidike (Πραξιδίκη), spirit of getting justice
  • Proioxis (Προίωξις), spirit of pursuit on the battlefield
  • Prophasis (Πρόφασις), spirit of excuses
  • The Pseudologoi, spirits of lies
  • Ptocheia (Πτωχεία), spirit of begging
  • Soter (Σωτήρ) and Soteria (Σωτηρία), spirits of safety
  • Sophrosyne (Σωφροσύνη), spirit of moderation, self-control, temperance, and discretion
  • Techne, spirit of art and skill
  • Thrasos (Θράσος), spirit of boldness

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