Iupiter, iupitris, or iupíteris. After Priscian, not Iouis, whych commeth of the nominatiue case Iouis, The sonne of Saturnus and Ops, king of Creta, who draue his father oute of his realme, and was a man valiaunt and wise, but exceedingly giuen to leacherie, in deflouring as well maydens as wiues. Notwithstanding for his prowesse and witte, after his death he was of al the Greekes honoured for a God, and called father and king of Gods. His name was in such estimation among the Gentiles or Paynyms, that they gaue to him soueraintie in al things. In so much as they also named him God of Hospitalitie. And therfore, when any thing was violated, eyther by the goodman of the house, or by his guest, they called on Iupiter Xenius: when truste in friendship was broken, they called to take vengeance Iupiter Philius: when companious betrayed one an other, Iupiter Hetereus: when kinsmen, Iupiter Homogenus: when they which were in leagne togither deceiued ech other, then cried they Iupiter Euhorcius.