), a surname of Apollo, under which he had a temple, an ancient oracle, and a beautiful grove near the town of Grynion, Gryna, or Grynus in Aeolis in Asia Minor. (Paus. 1.21.9
; Serv. ad Virg. Eclog.
6.72; Athen. 4.149
; Steph. Byz. s. v. Τρύνοι
.) Under the similar, if not the same name, Τρυνεύς
, Apollo was worshipped in the Hecatonnesi. (Strab. xiii. p.618
.) Ovid (Ov. Met. 12.260
) mentions a centaur of the name of Gryneus.