Τῡφῶν, ῶνος, ὁ, Pi.O.4.8
, etc.; Ep. Τῠφάων, ονος, h.Ap. 306
; gen. Τυφάωνος Opp.H.5.217
- ATyphon, represented by Hes. as son of Typhoëus and father of the Winds, cf. Th.307 with 869; son of Hera without a father, h.Ap. ll. cc.: in later Poets Typhôn and Typhôs were confounded, cf. Pi.ll. cc. with P.1.16, 8.16, A.Pr.372 with 356, Th.493, Sch.Pl.Phdr.230a; taken in jest as the personification of τῦφος, Pl. l. c., Plu.2.1119b; in Egypt identified with Set, Hdt.2.144, al., POxy.1449.14 (iii A. D.).
- II as Appellat., = τυφώς II, typhoon, Anaxag. ap. Placit.3.3.4, Arist.Mete. 371a9, al., Mu.395a24, Thphr.Vent.34.
- 2 a kind of comet, Lyd. Ost.15b, An.Ox.3.406.
- 3 Astron., the Great Bear or part of it, Teucer in Boll Sphaera 47, cf. Plu.2.359d.
- 4 in magical formulae, donkey, PMag.Par.1.3260, prob. in PMag.Lond.125.1; cf. Τυφώνιος 1.3. [ῡ in the disyll. form Τυφῶν, ῠ in the trisyll. Τυφάων, but long in gen. Τῡφάωνος; ᾱ in the forms Τυφᾱονα, -ονος, etc.]