[yoo r-uh s, yur-]
- the ancient Greek personification of the east wind.
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Examples from the Web for eurus
Eurus, the east wind, was a young man full of impetuous and lively motion.Stories of Old Greece and Rome
Emilie Kip Baker
And again, the south-east wind (Eurus), which is opposite to the north-west wind (Argestes), from the commencement of winter.
An excellent example is set by Mrs. Jordan, whose newly established Eurus comes so opportunely.
Eurus has good reason for self-congratulation on carrying this remarkable bit of composition.
- Greek myth the east or southeast wind personified
Latin, from Greek euros
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