I.a very rocky promontory in Epirus, running out into the Ionian Sea, now Glossa, called by the Italians Linguetta (the mountain to which it belongs was called Ceraunii montes or Ceraunia; “see this art.): infamīs scopulos Acroceraunia,” Hor. C. 1, 3, 20; “the same in sing.: promontorium Acroceraunium,” Plin. 3, 11, 15, § 97; for any dangerous place: haec tibi sint Syrtes; “haec Acroceraunia vita,” Ov. R. Am. 739.
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ăcor - ăcrōtērĭa
Ācrŏcĕraunĭa , ōrum, n. fr. ἄκρις and κεραυνός; pr. Thunder-Heights,