Gr. Myth. the god of the east wind or southeast wind
Origin of EurusMiddle English ; from Classical Latin ; from Classical Greek euros, probably ultimately ; from Indo-European base an unverified form eus-, to burn from source Classical Latin urere, to burn
The god of the east or southeast wind.
- (Greek mythology) The god of the East Wind.
- (poetic) The east wind personified.
From Ancient Greek Εὔρος (Eurus)