Mythology, Virtues/Attributes


Agetor comes from an Ancient Greek epithet given to several gods in Greek mythology, including Zeus, Apollo, and Hermes. It means “leader” or “ruler”. It derives from a PIE root word.

Agetor is also a Proto-Celtic word meaning “to fear, to dread” from PIE *h₂eh₂ógʰe (to be upset, afraid), a reduplicated stative of root word *h₂egʰ- (to be upset, afraid).

Origin: Proto-Indo-European



  • Hegetor (Ancient Greek)


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