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 Bor’eal.Borghese (Bor-ga’-zy). 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Bor’eas.
 
The north wind. According to mythology, he was the son of Astræus, a Titan, and Eos, the morning, and lived in a cave of Mount Hæmus, in Thrace. (Greek, boros, voracious; Bôreas, the north wind; Russian, boria, storm.)   1
       
“Cease, rude Boreas! blustering railer.”
       
Geo. Alex. Stevens.
       
“Omnia pontus haurit saxa vorax,”
       
Lucan.
 


 Bor’eal.Borghese (Bor-ga’-zy). 

 
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