noun, plural eu·ri·pi [yoo-rahy-pahy, yuh-] /yʊˈraɪ paɪ, yə-/.
Origin of euripus
Examples from the Web for euripus
Historical Examples of euripus
Salganeus is a place situated near the Euripus, upon a height.
It was near the Euripus, within Bœotia and on the borders of Phokia.Plutarch's Lives, Volume II
Aubrey Stewart & George Long
Whan fortune Fortune is as inconstant as the ebb and flow of Euripus.
Opposite Bœotia, from which it is separated by the strait named Euripus, Eubœa, the most extensive of all; 76 geog.A Manual of Ancient History
A. H. L. (Arnold Hermann Ludwig) Heeren
Riches are incertayne, and therefore Eschines compares them to Euripus, which ebbes and flowes oftentymes in a day.Diary of John Manningham