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1) Incest, is a noun that means sexual relationship between blood relatives, which is punished as severe crime, and further it can imply and give reason to judge to adjudicate it within additional crimes, such as rape, incentuous adultery with a non adult person who is also blood relative, and may also involve sexual harassment, if the young person was convinced and misled to proceed to sexual this illegal relationship, with medical impact some times, irreversible negative impact on soul and mind in the long run, with what it implies (further) in each case. Also let's note, that from time, when incest was prohibited, was the time when human culture began. (This term applies more analytically in Social Anthropology) etc.

2) Incident: Means a fact, event, but may also, as here referred-to illegal acts, in an indirectly way, for ex. 'an incident of violence' generally, thus for ex. when two people, after being insulted between each other and exchanged heavy words, start beating each other. (Περιστατικό), thus we have also the deriving term 'incidental' which have the same root of coincidence, and coincidential,=τυχαίος, συμπτωματικός, etc

3)Incite is a verb that means motivate, encourage someone to proceed to X and/or C act. Also has the same root of etymology, thus deriving from word 'incentive=(κίνητρο, ελατήριο) etc

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