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Ponos (Greek: Πόνος; "toil"/"labour") was the god of hard labor and toil in Greek mythology. His mother was the goddess Eris.
Been an offspring of Eris and been absent of a father, Ponos is the sibling of the Makhai (Battles), the Lethe (Forgetfulness), the Limos (Starvation), the Algea (Pains), the Hysminai (Fightings), the Phonoi (Murders) and the Androktasiai (Manslaughters), the Neikea (Quarrels), the Pseudo-Logoi (Lies), the Amphilogiai (Disputes), and Dysnomia (Lawlessness) and Ate (Ruin), who share one another's natures, and Horkos (Oath).