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storm

Ἔρως ἀνίκατε μάχαν -> O love, invincible in battle!
Sophocles, Antigone, 781

English > Greek (Woodhouse)

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substantive

P. and V. χειμών, ὁ, Ar. and V. θύελλα, ἡ, τυφώς, ὁ, V. χεῖμα, τό, σκηπτός, ὁ.

storm of rain: P. χειμὼν νοτερός; see shower.

storm of wind: P. πολὺς ἄνεμος, ὁ, Ar. and P. πρηστήρ, ὁ (Xen.), V. φυσήματα, τά.

for reference to storms, see Soph., Antigone 417-421; Thuc. 3, 22.

Met., P. and V. σκηπτός, ὁ, V. χειμών, ὁ.

storm (of troubles): use P. and V. πέλαγος, τό (Plato), τρικυμία, ἡ (Plato), V. κλύδων, ὁ.

storm of weapons: V. νιφάς, ἡ; see shower.

coming forward amid a storm of protest and remonstrance: P. παρελθὼν πρὸς πολλὴν ἀντιλογίαν καὶ σχετλιασμόν (Thuc. 8, 53).

be caught in a storm, v.: lit. and met., P. and V. χειμάζεσθαι.

when the god raises a storm: V. θεοῦ χειμάζοντος (Soph., Oedipus Coloneus 1503).

take by storm: P. βίᾳ αἱρεῖν, κατὰ κράτος αἱρεῖν.

verb intransitive

rage, be angry: P. and V. ὀργίζεσθαι, θυμοῦσθαι; see under angry.

be mad: P. and V. λυσσᾶν (Plato), οἰστρᾶν (Plato), βακχεύειν (Plato); see under mad.

storm against, attack with words, met.: P. and V. ἐπιπλήσσειν, P. καθάπτεσθαι (gen.); see accuse.

verb transitive attack: P. and V. προσβάλλειν (dat.); see attack.

take by storm: P. κατὰ κράτος αἱρεῖν, βίᾳ αἱρεῖν.

Dutch > Greek

storm = ζάλη

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