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οὐράνιος 1

I.heavenly, of or in heaven, dwelling in heaven, οὐρ. θεοί Aesch., Eur.; οὐράνιαι alone, the goddesses, Pind.
2.generally, in or of heaven, ἀστήρ id=Pind.; πόλος Aesch.; οὐρ. βρέτας fallen from heaven, Eur.; οὐρ. ὕδατα, i. e. rain, Pind.; οὐρ. ἄχος, of a storm, Soph.
II.reaching to heaven, high as heaven, οὐρ. κίων, of Aetna, Pind.; ἐλάτης οὐράνιος κλάδος Eur.; σκέλος οὐράνιον ἐκλακτίζειν, ῥίπτειν to kick up sky-high, Ar.
2.metaph. enormous, awful, furious, οὐρ. ἄχη Aesch.; οὐράνιόν γ᾽ ὅσον, like θαυμάσιον ὅσον, Lat. immane quantum, Ar.: —οὐράνια, as adv. vehemently, Eur.

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