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οὔριος 1 οὖρος1

I.with a fair wind, Lat. vento secundo, οὔρ. πλοῦς, δρόμος a prosperous voyage, Soph.
2.metaph. prosperous, successful, Aesch., Eur.:—neut. pl. οὔρια as adv., Eur.
II.prospering, favouring, fair, of winds, id=Eur., Thuc.; comically of the bellows, οὐρίᾳ ῥιπίδι Ar.
2.οὐρία (sc. πνοή) = οὖρος, a fair wind, οὐρίᾳ ἐφιέναι (sc. ἑαυτόν) to run before the wind, Plat.; so, ἐξ οὐρίων δραμοῦσα (sc. δρόμων) after having run a fair course, Soph.; ἀφήσω ἐμαυτὸν οὔριον Ar.
III.Ζεὺς οὔριος, as sending fair winds, i. e. conducting things to a happy issue, Aesch., Anth.

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