Ogygian

adjective
Ogyg·​i·​an | \ ōˈjijēən\

Definition of Ogygian

1 : of or relating to the legendary Greek King Ogyges or to a deluge said to have taken place in his reign

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History and Etymology for Ogygian

Latin ogygius Ogygian (from Greek ōgygios, from Ōgygos, Ōgygēs, ancient legendary king of Boeotia) + English -an

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