Zephyrus

[soldier] Zephyrus, according to the apocryphal Letter to Aristotle 14 (See Secretum Secretorum), was the soldier, who brought Alexander the Great a helmet full of water when the army was suffering greatly in the Gedrosian desert (325 BC) . The famous story of how Alexander poured the water into the ground in front of the army is told by a ...
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Zephyrus

In Greek mythology, the god of the west wind, husband of Iris, and father of the horses of Achilles in Homer's Iliad. He was said to have abducted the Greek maiden Chloris, who began to sprout...
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Zephyrus

Zeph'y·rus noun [ Latin See Zephyr .] The west wind, or zephyr; -- usually personified, and made the most mild and gentle of all the sylvan deities. « Mild as when Zephyrus on Flora breathes.» Milton.
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Zephyrus

• (n.) The west wind, or zephyr; -- usually personified, and made the most mild and gentle of all the sylvan deities.
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Zephyrus

Zephyrus In Greek mythology, the west wind; regarded as the mildest and gentlest of all sylvan deities.
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Zephyrus

In Greek mythology, the god of the west wind, husband of Iris, and father of the horses of Achilles in Homer's Iliad
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Zephyrus

the west wind, and husband of Iris, his sister.
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Zephyrus

One of several Winds.
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