Oizys

Oizys

Oizys is the goddess of misery and suffering in Greek mythology, the daughter of Nyx, the goddess of night, and Erebos, the god of darkness. She is the twin sister of the god Momos, the personification of blame. Her Latin name is Miseria, from which the English word 'misery' is derived.

See Also: Nyx, Erebos, Geras, Apate, Nemesis

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Who was Oizys?

Oizys is the goddess of misery and suffering in Greek mythology, the daughter of Nyx, the goddess of night, and Erebos, the god of darkness. She is the twin sister of the god Momos, the personification of blame.

Who were the parents of Oizys?

The parents of Oizys were Erebus and Nyx.

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