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ἄνεμος Root ΑΝ, cf. ἄημι

wind, Hom., etc.; ἀνέμου κατιόντος a squall having come on, Thuc.; ἄν. κατὰ βορέαν ἑστηκώς the wind being settled in the north, id=Thuc.; ἀνέμοις φέρεσθαι παραδοῦναί τι to cast a thing to the winds, Lat. ventis tradere, Eur.:—Hom. and Hes. mention only four winds, Boreas, Eurus, Notus (or Argestes), Zephyrus; Arist. gives twelve, which served as points of the compass.

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