(a violent agitation ), a tempestuous wind or hurricane, cyclone, on the Mediterranean, and very dangerous; now called a "levanter." This wind seized the ship in which St. Paul was ultimately wrecked on the coast of Malta. It came down from the island and therefore must have blown more or less from the northward. (Acts 27:14)
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Smith, William, Dr. "Entry for 'Euroc’lydon'". "Smith's Bible Dictionary".