A.lifted or wafted by the wind, “ὑπα_νέμιοι φορέονται” Theoc.5.115; ὑ. τανύοιτο, of the Sun, Arat.839.
2. swift as the wind, Plu.Sert.12.
II. full of wind, ὑ. ᾠὰ wind-eggs, which produce no chickens, Ar.Fr.186, Pl.Com.19 (ἀνεμιαῖον ᾠόν was considered better Att., Moer.p.73 P.); of eggs laid by hens without impregnation, Arist.HA559b24; so “κυήματα ὑ.” Id.GA749b1; in Ar. Av.695 (anap.), ὑ. ᾠόν is the egg produced by Night alone, without impregnation; and Luc.Sacr.6 calls Hephaestus the ὑ. παῖς of Hera; “λοχεῖαι καὶ ὠδῖνες” Plu.2.38e (s. v.l.): hence