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Borʹeas

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The north wind. According to mythology, he was the son of Astræus, a Titan, and Eos, the morning, and lived in a cave of Mount Hæmus, in Thrace. (Greek, boros, voracious; Bôreas, the north wind; Russian, boria, storm.)

“Cease, rude Boreas! blustering railer.”


Geo. Alex. Stevens.


“Omnia pontus haurit saxa vorax,”


Lucan.

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Bordarii
Border (The)
Border Minstrel
Border States (The)
Bordlands
Bordlode
Bore (A)
Bore
Bore (in pugilistic language)
Boreal
Boreas
Borghese (Bor-ga-zy)
Borgia
Born
Born Days
Born in the Purple (a translation of porphyrogenitus)
Born with a Silver Spoon
Borough English
Borowe
Borr
Borrow

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Boreas