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furrow, drawing, god


Author: Obsidian

The God presiding over the plowing of the fields; especially, the drawing of the furrow.

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itive spirits such as Imporcitor, Subruncinator, and Stercutus, agricultural deities responsible for plowing, weeding, and manure-spreading.
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reparator, abarator, imporcitor, insitor, occator, sarritor, subruncator, messor, convector, conditor, promitor.

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