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Ponos (Ancient Greek: Πόνος; "toil"/"labour") was the god of hard labor and toil in Greek mythology. His mother was the goddess Eris ("discord"), who was the daughter of Nyx ("night"). He was brother to Algos, Lethe, Limos, and Horcus.
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