[tlhIngan Hol] hellenic gods - hermes introduction

mayqel qunen'oS mihkoun at gmail.com
Tue May 4 04:20:25 PDT 2021

God of boundaries, travel, trade, communication, language, writing, cunning
and thieves. Hermes was also responsible for protecting livestock and
presided over the spheres associated with fertility, music, luck, and
deception. The son of Zeus and Maia, Hermes is the messenger of the gods,
and a psychopomp who leads the souls of the dead into the afterlife. He was
depicted either as a handsome and athletic beardless youth, or as an older
bearded man. His attributes include the herald's wand or caduceus, winged
sandals, and a traveler's cap. His sacred animals include the tortoise.

veHmey, leng, Hol, ‘ongmeH laH, nIHwI’pu’ je Qun; mechlu’taHvIS,
Qumlu’taHvIS, ghItlh luqonlu’taHvIS, Hoch wanI’meyvam che’ *hermes*. Du’
Ha’DIbaHmey Qan, QoQ Qun ghaH, ‘ej pIrchoHlu’meH, Do’choHlu’meH, ‘ej
tojlu’meH, *hermes* rItlu’, Hoch ngoQmeyvam Qun ghaHmo’ je *hermes*‘e’.
*zeus* *maia* je puqloD ghaH, Qunpu’ QIn qengwI’ ghaH, ‘ej *psychopomp*
(qo’ vebDaq Heghpu’wI’pu’ qa’ qengbogh ‘ej Devbogh vay’) ghaH je. *hermes*
‘aghlu’taHvIS, cha’ DuH tu’lu’: ‘IHbogh HojnIy ‘aghlu’; qabDajDaq pagh rol
tu’lu’, ‘ej roD qeq HojnIyvam ‘e’ ‘ang porghDaj. pagh nenchoHpu’bogh loD
‘aghlu’, ‘ej qabDajDaq rol tu’lu’. *caduceus* (QIn qengwI’ SeQ naQ), telDu’
*sandals*, lengwI’ mIvHom, latlhmey je bIH DI’onDaj’e’. la’SIv latlhmey je
bIH lu’oSbogh Ha’DIbaH’e’.

~ Dana'an
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