Typhoeus

/ (taɪˈfiːəs) /

noun

Greek myth the son of Gaea and Tartarus who had a hundred dragon heads, which spurted fire, and a bellowing many-tongued voice. He created the whirlwinds and fought with Zeus before the god hurled him beneath Mount Etna

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Derived forms of Typhoeus

Typhoean, adjective
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