typhon, in the Greek mythology a fire-breathing giant, struck by a thunderbolt of Jupiter, and buried under Etna.
Deliver me from the typhon who feedeth on entrails, O chiefs!
Anubis clambers up on one side, while typhon descends on the left of the wheel.
And her hair was red, burning red, the very color of typhon.
Were it not for this blessed rain we should all perish here in the burning grasp of typhon.
Nebt-hi or Nephthys, the sister of Isis; sister and wife of typhon.
With but one remarkable exception (the Egyptian typhon), demons are always represented lean.
We are informed by various writers that typhon Seth was feminine.
In the same manner red was hated in Egypt as the color of typhon.
But he was betrayed by typhon, the power of darkness, and slain and dismembered.