- of or relating to the patriarch Noah or his time.
Also No·ach·ic [noh-ak-ik, -ey-kik] /noʊˈæk ɪk, -ˈeɪ kɪk/, No·ach·i·cal, No·ah·ic [noh-ey-ik] /noʊˈeɪ ɪk/.
Origin of Noachian
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Raven (Noachian), sent forth from the ark, what it typified, 278.The Round Towers of Ireland
That is, it mitigates some of the more obvious impossibilities of the Noachian narrative.
For instance, the tradition of a deluge in Mexico has often been referred to as a confirmation of the Noachian flood.
Some of his guests he greets with a Noachian deluge of swift French words and high-pitched cries of welcome.In Madeira Place
Heman White Chaplin
The fluctuations of Spanish seasons—varying from Noachian deluge to Saharan drought—necessarily react upon the habits of wildfowl.Unexplored Spain
Noachic (nəʊˈækɪk, -ˈeɪkɪk)
- Old Testament of or relating to the patriarch Noah
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