composed of both good and evil.
Etymology: from Ancient Greek ἀγαθός (agathos, “good”) and κακός (kakos, “bad”).
Roman mythology: the goddess of parents who have lost their children, stillbirths, dead babies, children in general, particularly orphans.
((Sorry about this, guys.
I know I didn’t come back after work like I said I would the other day. I hate to cite personal matters, but I’m afraid that really is the case.
I’m going to try and get back on….it’s getting a little difficult, and I thank every one of you who has stayed with me here.
Things will get better. I promise.
I’ll probably lurk around a little today; do some smallscale rp. I’ll start with my inbox.
Thank you again, my followers. ))
cuddlers of the night!
I DIDN’T KNOW IT WAS POSSIBLE FOR THINGS TO BE THIS CUTE! =O
1. the quality of being divine; divine nature; heavenly; celestial.
2. deity; godhood; sacred.
3. a divine being; a god or goddess.
4. a being having divine attributes, ranking below a god or goddess but above humans.