to disregard/condescend (v.) [Lit:"down-mind"; to look down on, pay no heed, be dismissive of, think litely/little of, disdain, not be concerned with or worried by. Distinct from "ἐξουθενέω"]/ Contemn, contempt, despise.
bringing/making come to their senses (n.) From σῶς (safe, preserved, i.e. wrapped up in a protective covering) and φρήν (the reins of the emotions, also the midriff as holding in the viscera). The word means "having sound emotional control". Saffron, the spice, has calming medicinal pro
prudent-wise (adj.) possessing sagacity or discernment from "φρήν"(personal-visceral-opinion), hence thoughtful/mindful, prudent/sensible/shrewd. Often rendered "wise", but distinct from "σοφός"(learned/skilled-wise)or "συνετός"(intel