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It is called a "tempestuous wind," i.e., as literally rendered, a "typhonic wind," or a typhoon.
"Still," he continued, "the Celestials have implanted maternal love in the breast of the lioness, of the typhonic river-horse of the Nile."
St. Luke explains (Acts xxvii. 14) that it was the 'typhonic wind called
Red-haired men were typhonic.] with delight that he accepts it.