the west wind personified.
- Also Zeph·y·ros [zef-uh-ros]. /ˈzɛf əˌrɒs/.
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How to use Zephyrus in a sentence
Only one wind was not inclosed in the bag—Zephyrus, the gentle south wind, which filled the sails and bore him on his journey.'Round the Year in Myth and Song | Florence Holbrook
The ocean rocked her lightly on its breast, and Zephyrus, the west wind, bore her gently toward the shore.Stories of Old Greece and Rome | Emilie Kip Baker
Zephyrus had a lapful of flowers,204 and was the one wind sent to play among children.Stories of Old Greece and Rome | Emilie Kip Baker
Here dwelt Eros, the god of Love, in whose arms Zephyrus deposited his lovely burden.Myths and Legends of Ancient Greece and Rome | E.M. Berens
And whence directed came the musing sylvan Zephyrus and his choir?
British Dictionary definitions for Zephyrus
Greek myth the god of the west wind
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