Origin of Euroclydon
Examples from the Web for euroclydon
Such a name would utterly miss the point, which is the violence of the wind as expressed in the term Euroclydon.
"And there met us 'a tempestuous wind called Euroclydon,'" said Birkenshead, looking up with a curious smile.
The men bore up well against their Euroclydon, and emulated the conduct of the ship.The British Expedition to the Crimea|William Howard Russell
The Euroclydon knew just the moment to strike into the discord of the weather in New England.
There is a wind called Euroclydon: it would be one of the Eumenides; only they are women.