Definitions

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  • proper noun Greek mythology The land of sunshine and plenty, beyond the northern wind.
  • proper noun metaphorical The extreme north of the Earth; an area in a northerly region.

Etymologies

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From Greek huperboreas

Examples

  • Swifter than a striking asp, the Cimmerian, whose name was Conan and who had spent time as a slave in Hyperborea a few years past, the memories still fresh, smashed his joint of beef into the Hyperboreans face.

    Conan Fan Fiction!

  • Swifter than a striking asp, the Cimmerian, whose name was Conan and who had spent time as a slave in Hyperborea a few years past, the memories still fresh, smashed his joint of beef into the Hyperboreans face.

    Archive 2009-12-01

  • The latter runs into the Witchmen of Hyperborea, which is not so good.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • The latter runs into the Witchmen of Hyperborea, which is not so good.

    Archive 2007-03-01

  • "Hyperborea-: "The northern portion of the earth was supposed to be inhabited by a happy race named the Hyperboreans, dwelling in everlasting bliss and spring beyond the lofty mountains whose caverns were supposed to send forth the piercing blasts of the north wind, which chilled the people of Hellas (Greece).

    The Coming of Conan The Cimmerian

  • "Hyperborea-: "The northern portion of the earth was supposed to be inhabited by a happy race named the Hyperboreans, dwelling in everlasting bliss and spring beyond the lofty mountains whose caverns were supposed to send forth the piercing blasts of the north wind, which chilled the people of Hellas (Greece).

    The Coming Of Conan The Cimmerian

  • The most important influences were the Greek accounts of voyages in faraway, fantastic lands (such as Hyperborea or Thule), the narration of a fall from a privileged and carefree condition in religion and mythology (such as Hesiod's Golden Age, or the

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • The most important influences were the Greek accounts of voyages in faraway, fantastic lands (such as Hyperborea or Thule), the narration of a fall from a privileged and carefree condition in religion and mythology (such as Hesiod's Golden Age, or the

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • The most important influences were the Greek accounts of voyages in faraway, fantastic lands (such as Hyperborea or Thule), the narration of a fall from a privileged and carefree condition in religion and mythology (such as Hesiod's Golden Age, or the

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

  • The most important influences were the Greek accounts of voyages in faraway, fantastic lands (such as Hyperborea or Thule), the narration of a fall from a privileged and carefree condition in religion and mythology (such as Hesiod's Golden Age, or the [[ "Genesis"]] 'Fall from [[Eden]]

    Conservapedia - Recent changes [en]

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