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Definition of Ogygian

Ogygian
Ogygian O*gyg"i*an, a. [L. Ogygius, Gr. ?.] Of or pertaining to Ogyges, a mythical king of ancient Attica, or to a great deluge in Attica in his days; hence, primeval; of obscure antiquity.

Meaning of Ogygian from wikipedia

- Ogygia is ****ociated with the Ogygian deluge and with the mythological figure Ogyges, in the sense that the word Ogygian means "primeval", "primal", and...
- A flood myth or deluge myth is a myth in which a great flood, usually sent by a deity or deities, destroys civilization, often in an act of divine retribution...
- of Dard****. Two of the Gr**** Ages of Man concluded with a flood: The Ogygian Deluge ended the Silver Age, and the flood of Deucalion ended the First...
- Ogygian (foaled March 17, 1983, in Florida – died March 14, 2015 at Old Friends Equine Georgetown, Kentucky) was a multiple Grade 1 stakes (G1) winning...
- personified the great world ocean. The Gr**** word Ogygios (Ὠγύγιος), meaning Ogygian, came to mean "primeval, primal," or "from earliest ages" and also "gigantic"...
- of Ogyges is also connected with Attic mythology, for in Attica too an Ogygian flood is mentioned, and he is described as the father of the Attic hero...
- Otherwise Euripides has Tydeus at the Homoloïd Gate, Hippomedon at the Ogygian Gate, Parthenopaeus at the Neïstan Gate, Amphiaraus at the Proetid Gate...
- and died. Zeus destro**** these people because of their impiety, in the Ogygian Deluge. After Kronos was exiled, the world was ruled by Zeus. As a result...
- a fertility cult in Thespiae The Muses of Mount Helicon Ogyges and the Ogygian deluge Cadmus, who was said to have founded Thebes and brought the alphabet...
- frequency among the Gr****s", an example being Plutarch's account of the Ogygian flood. The leading scientific proponent of catastrophism in the early nineteenth...
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