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Plutarch, Apophthegmata Laconica 225C12
Full diacritics: Ὑμήν Medium diacritics: Ὑμήν Low diacritics: Υμήν Capitals: ΥΜΗΝ
Transliteration A: Hymḗn Transliteration B: Hymēn Transliteration C: Ymin Beta Code: *(umh/n

English (LSJ)

ένος, ὁ,

   A Hymen, the god of marriages, v. ll. cc. sub ὑμέναιος: —voc. Ὑμέν is cited from Call. (Fr.461).    II = ὑμέναιος 1, wedding-song, Poll.3.37. [ῡ Theoc.18.58, whereas in Ὑμέναιος υ is short; but ῠ Opp.C.1.341 (text doubtful in E.Tr.331 (lyr.)), cf. Lat. Hy, Hymenaeus.]

French (Bailly abrégé)

ένος (ὁ) :
voc. Ὑμέν;
Hymen, dieu du mariage.
Étymologie: ὑμήν.

Greek Monotonic

Ὑμήν: -ένος, ὁ, Υμήν, ο θεός του γάμου, βλ. Ὑμέναιος (, σε αντίθ. προς το Ὑμέναιος, όπου το υ είναι βραχύ).