Its '' άδραξε την ημέρα'' (adraxe tin imera).
ΕΞΟΥΘΕΝΩΣΗ, εξουθένωση (= εξ-ουδέν-ωσις).
Annihilator = ΑΝΕΛΕΗΤΟΣ, ανελέητος.
They simply cease to be.
It means nonexistence. Cease to existence.
Other words for cease:stoparrestclosurediscontinuancetermination
The court issued a cease and desist order against the construction company. They were forced to cease and desist any activity that changed the landscape.
The Gods would cease to exist if the demigods did not do most of their work.
the day is 'le jour' in French. To cease is 'cesser', but you cannot say 'cesser le jour' - you can only say that 'le jour cesse / a cessé'
Nothing like that occurred in any Greek myth. Hermes and all the Greek gods and goddesses were immortal, meaning they could not simply cease to exist.
You use Greek words in Greek language. There are various words that must be used in Greek language.
The latin word for 'to cease' is Desino which has multiple meanings including - to cease, stop and end.Other similar meaning words are:Consto - to endure, stop.Exitus - Pretty easy to remember - meaning to End or exit,
Greek language is very important because it is the basis for all modern-day languages. There is a vast bibliography on the matter, where you can find thousands of Greek words used in English, French, Italian etc.
Yes it does say in the Bible that summer, winter, autumn, spring, the day, and night, they will never cease.