369: Greek Word Origins

369: Greek Word Origins

By Multitude

We get a lot of interesting words from Greek mythology - some more surprising than others. But what if we made up some words of our own, inspired by Greek mythology. We hope they catch on.


Content Warning: This episode contains conversations about or mentions of death, cannibalism, infanticide, warfare, sex, mental illness, drowning, murder, domestic violence, animal death, imprisonment, sexual assault, transphobia, gender violence, and child birth. 



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