Euroclydon

noun Eu·roc·ly·don \yəˈräkləˌdän\

Definition of Euroclydon

plural

-s

  1. :  gregale

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Origin and Etymology of euroclydon

Greek euroklydōn, manuscript variant (in Acts 27:14) of eurakylōn, from eur- (from euros east wind) + (assumed) Greek akylōn north wind, from Latin aquilon-, aquilo


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