What Is a Euroclydon?


A euroclydon is a tempestuous northeast wind that occurs in the Mediterranean. It is also a modern Gregalia (Gregale) or Levanter. According to the bible, the euroclydon is a storm that caused Paul's shipwreck on Malta.
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[yoo-rok-li-don, yuh-]
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a tempestuous wind that blows around the Mediterranean. wrecks ships off malta
1. (Christian Religious Writings / Bible) a stormy wind from the north or northeast that occurs in the Levant, which caused the ship in which St Paul was travelling to be wrecked
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The term Euroclydon refers to a cyclonic tempestuous northeast wind which blows in the Mediterranean. It also refers to stormy wind from the north or northeast ...
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