Greek Gods - Personifications

Name the personifications of these Greek gods
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Personifications
Deity
Sadness; Misery; Poison
Achlys
Gluttony
Adephagia
Injustice; Wrongdoing
Adikia
Laziness; Sloth; Idleness
Aergia
Vineyards; Grapefields
Agathodaemon
Contest
Agon
Humility; Modesty; Reverence
Aidos
War Cry
Alala
Truth
Aletheia
Spirits of Pain and Suffering
Algea
Pain
Lupe
Grief
Achos
Sorrow
Ania
Courage
Alke
Helplessness
Amechania
Spirits of Disputes; Debates; Contention
Amphillogiai
Ruthlessness; Shamelessness; Unforgivingness
Anaideia
Spirits of Battlefield Slaughter
Androktasiai
Messages; Tidings; Proclamations
Angelia
Deceit
Apate
Simplicity
Apheleia
Spirits of Curses
Arae
Virtue
Arete
Mischief; Delusion; Folly
Atë
Force; Anger
Bia
Opportunity
Caerus
Gold
Chrysus
Surfeit
Corus
Terror
Deimos
Justice; Righteousness
Dikaiosyne
Justice
Dike
Trickery; Cunning Deception; Treachery
Dolos
Lawlessness
Dysnomia
Impiety
Dyssebeia
Peace
Eirene
Olive branch
Eiresione
Truce; Armistice
Ekecheiria
Clemency
Eleos
Hope
Elpis
Shrewdness; Thoughtfulness
Epiphron
Discord; Strife
Eris
Spirits of Love and Sex
Erotes
Requited Love
Anteros
Love and Sexual Intercourse
Eros
Sweettalk and Flattery
Hedylogos
Sexuality and Androgyny
Hermaphroditus
Sexual Desire
Himeros
Weddings
Hymenaios
Sexual Longing; Yearning; Desire
Pothos
Good Repute; Glory
Eucleia
Discretion; Caution; Circumspection
Eulabeia
Good Order; Lawful Conduct
Eunomia
Praise; Acclamation
Eupheme
Well-being; Good Conduct
Eupraxia
Piety
Eusebeia
Abundance; Prosperity
Euthenia
Laughter
Gelos
Old Age
Geras
Harmony
Harmonia
Youth
Hebe
Sensual Pleasure
Hedone
Shared Destiny by Fate
Heimarmene
Strength
Heracles
Personifications
Deity
Din of the Battle Shouts
Homados
Concord; Unamity; Oneness of the Mind
Homonoia
Oath
Horcus
Eagerness
Hormes
Hubris
Hybris
Sleep
Hypnos
Fighting and Combat
Hysminae
Onslaught; Battle-Tumult
Ioke
Vice; Moral Badness
Kakia
Nobility; Goodness
Kalokagathia
Violent and Cruel Death
Keres
Stupidity; Foolishness
Koalemos
Strength; Might; Power; Sovereign Rule
Kratos
Uproar and Confusion in Battle
Kydoimos
Forgetfulness
Lethe
Hunger; Starvation
Limos
Prayers
Litae
Rage; Fury
Lyssa
Fighting; Combat
Machai
Madness; Insanity
Maniae
Fates
Moirai
Spinner of the Thread of Life
Clotho
Measurer of the Thread of Life
Lachesis
Cutter of the Thread of Life
Atropos
Mockery
Momus
Doom
Moros
Quarrels; Feuds; Grievances
Neikea
Retribution
Nemesis
Victory
Nike
Law
Nomos
Misery
Oizys
Dreams
Oneiroi
Backrush; Flight; Retreat (in a Battle)
Palioxis
Obedience
Peitharchia
Persuasion; Seduction
Peitho
Poverty; Need
Penia
Grief
Penthus
Destiny by Shared Fate
Pepromene
Gossip; Rumour
Pheme
Friendliness; Welcome
Philophrosyne
Friendship
Philotes
Fear
Phobos
Spirits of Murder, Killing, Slaughter
Phonoi
Horror
Phrike
Envy
Phthonus
Trust; Honesty; Good Faith
Pistis
Retribution; Vengeance; Recompense
Poine
War
Polemos
Labour
Ponos
Expediency
Poros
Extracting Justice
Praxidike
Onrush and Battle Pursuit
Proioxis
Excuses
Prophasis
Beggary
Ptocheia
Safety; Preservation; Deliverance from Harm
Soter
Female counterpart of above
Soteria
Moderation
Sophrosyne
Art
Techne
Death
Thanatos
Boldness; Insolence
Thrasos
Fortune
Tyche
Zeal; Rivalry; Envy
Zelos
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