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Deisidaimonia is made up of two Greek words: deilos, meaning “dread” or “fear,” and daimonia, meaning “demon” or “entity.”
The third word for religion is deisidaimonia (KJV has it as “superstition”), from deilos, meaning “fear, dread (deus), or reverence for daimonia … demons or spirits.”
The words [Greek: akolastos] and [Greek: deilos] are not used here in their strict significations to denote confirmed states of vice the
Saffron groweth (whence he hath his name of _Croco-deilos_, or the
[Greek: Pros apanta deilos estin o penaes pragmata,