Eurokludón: Euroklydon, northeast windOriginal Word: Εὐροκλύδων, ωνος, ὁPart of Speech:
an east-north-east windDefinition:
an east-north-east wind.
NAS Exhaustive ConcordanceWord Origin
variant reading for Eurakulón
Thayer'sSTRONGS NT 2148: εὐρακύλωνεὐρακύλων
, like ἐυρονοτος
, and euroauster (Buttmann
, 16 (15))), Vulg.euroaquilo
; the Euraquilo,
a N. E. wind
: Acts 27:14 L T Tr WH
, for Rec. εὐροκλύδων
) which see. (Not found elsewhere.) (B. D.
, see under the word, Euroclydon.)<1>
STRONGS NT 2148: ΑὐροκλύδωνΑὐροκλύδων, Ἐυροκλυδωνος, ὁ (from Αὖρος the southeast wind, and κλύδων a wave), a southeast wind raising mighty waves: Acts 27:14 Rec. But respectable authorities read εὐρυκλύδων, preferred by Griesbach, et al., from εὐρύς broad, and κλύδων, a wind causing broad waves (German derBreitspülende, the Wide-washer); Etym. Magn., p. 772, 30 under the word Τυφῶν. "Τυφῶν γάρ ἐστιν ἡ τοῦ ἀνέμου σφόδρα πνοή, ὅς καί εὐρυκλύδων καλεῖται." Others εὐρακύλων, which see<1> 1>
Euroklydon, northeast wind
From Euros (the east wind) and kludon; a storm from the East (or southeast), i.e. (in modern phrase) a Levanter -- Euroklydon.
see GREEK kludon